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DVD works on computer but not dvd player

Discussion in 'Video playback problems' started by tony_y2k4, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. tony_y2k4

    tony_y2k4 Member

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    it works perfectly fine on my computer , but on my dvd player it can read it , all the menus work perfectly but when i play the movie the movie doesnt come up and all you can see is the main menu frozen (the dvd player hasnt crashed or anything)
     
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    Please indicate:
    - the backup and burning software used
    - the type and brand of media
    - the manufacturer of the set top player
     
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    hm..i used nero , Maxell discs and a Sony dvd player
     
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    1. It may caused by your disc, CE player is not recognizing your disc.

    2. It may due to high compression rate. Some CE player can not play a high compressed DVD.

    Please try to play this burnt disc with some other CE DVD player.

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    hm...i think its because of my author.i used dvd-lab pro , then i used Tmpegenc author and it worked. But i want subtitles and the only thing i know of is dvd-lab pro to get subs but my dvd player wont play it though...hm..any suggestions for subs?
     
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    Sorry, I can't comment because subtitles are the first thing I remove to reduce compression.

    Regarding the playability issue, you can always eliminate the media as the culprit by duping your backup onto a high grade DVD R that you know is compatible with your standalone. Sony seems the obvious choice.
     
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