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Format not compatable with standalone dvd player

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Sirlance, Jan 13, 2005.

  1. Sirlance

    Sirlance Member

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    after ripping my dvd movie with dvd decrypter (on file mode), I burned the movie onto dvd+r dics from file on hard drive. The dvd+r plays find in my computer. My dvd drive is 16X read speed I/O magic. But it won't play in my pioneer dvd player. Before, I ran my dvd+r movie (using DVDXcopy Express) on my dvd player before; and it worked fine. Did I do something wrong as far as setting is concern. Please advice.
    thanks, Sirlance
     
  2. rroettger

    rroettger Regular member

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    Are you using the same media.
     
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    JUST PUT IT ON A DVD-R AND IT WILL WORK IN ANY PLAYER IN THE WORLD.
     
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  5. DogBomb

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    Use Nero and burn as 'DVD-Video'. It will set booktype to 'DVD-ROM' like the original DVD. If you burn DVDs as UDF instead of UDF/ISO, it may not recognize it on your standalone.
     

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