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DVD-R or DVD+R

Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by Brutto89, Jun 24, 2004.

  1. Brutto89

    Brutto89 Member

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    I need a little help which is better to burn movies on DVD-R or DVD+R and what brands
     
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    dvd-r is the most standalone dvdplyers play but if your dvd player plays both its up to you
    and the best brand is ritek g04
    _X_X_X_X_X_[small]pentium 4 3,2ghz 1gig ddr 2700
    asusp4p800 delux mobo's
    120gig sata hdd's
    gforce fx 5600 8x agp
    6.1 sound
    no fancy lights way to girly
    all times 3
    rules: http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/2487[/small]
     
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    thanx but where too do check to find out if my DVD player plays both its a Sony DVP-NS575P
     
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    its a case of just testing bothtypes try asking a freind if you can borrow a couple of types to try if you can unless it says in your manual
     
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    ok i will do that and where can i find a program to convert .avi to put it on a DVD
     
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    just use the search feature theres plenty of threads in the forum
     

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