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How do i get the best Compatibility on stand-alones?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by dvd8man, Jan 10, 2004.

  1. dvd8man

    dvd8man Member

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    I was trying to play my dvds on my panasonic and my sony playstaion 2 and they don't work so i was wondering how i could get better Compatibility because they work good on my GE dvd player. Hope some one can help. Thanks Justin
     
  2. Jerry746

    Jerry746 Senior member

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    Dvd8man, you need to check the specs on all your players and see what format they play(-R or+R}. My guess is you will be pretty safe if you use -R media for all of them. But check 1st. Most older players are usually -R, newer ones are usually dual format. Just general rules so check. If you need more info, go to www.dvdrhelp.com. They have listings of players, writers and media compatability.
    Jerry
     
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    what you need is-
    pionneer rewriter 106
    dvd shrink 3.0
    recordnow

    done hundreds of films worked on all players also use datawrite ritek dvd-r discs
    easy
     
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    ScubaPete Senior member

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    To really insure that you get a product which will play on your washer’s Spin Cycle, as well as 99% of the standalone players out there (including your Sony PS) -

    – Rip, compress and re-Author with DVDShrink 3.1 and then burn to a CD using Nero’s Mini-DVD Format and you’re “Good to go” - (a DVD-9 = 2 CD’s)

    A little work but it’ll pay on most anything –

    “P”

    "P"
     

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