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Huge Newbie to Burning

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by MyGtp, Jan 4, 2005.

  1. MyGtp

    MyGtp Member

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    I have looked at this site the past couple days and learned tons. I have downloaded DvD Shrink and have been burning dvds that work great in my dvd player. However I was reading that if they dont work in a "good" name branded dvd player such as Sony or Panasonic they arent a good burn. So i tried them on a different dvd player in my house and they dont work. The dvd player says no disc. So I was wondering if I had to do something different to make them work on all dvd players. Thanx for any help you can give me.

    Lukas
     
  2. Car.Mike

    Car.Mike Active member

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    MyGtp,
    Each DVD Player usually likes certain blank DVD's. If you use a good quality blank DVD to record to usually you will not have a problem. Go to the site below and enter in your DVD Player name and model # and you will then see what blank media others use w/ that player and if they are having problems w/it.

    http://www.videohelp.com/dvdplayers
     
  3. wowzers

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    Incompatible media with your burner will cause this issue. I originally spent 240 bux on a sony dru 710-A Dual layer burner. I Spent another couple hundred on ritek -r 4x media. Most of my burns would not play in dvd players. I did alot of research and there are alot of compatibility issues with ritek media and sony burners. As well I had more sucess burning +r media with the sony. After 2 months of frustration I bought a pioneer dvr108 for 95 bux and am using -r media only (ritek).My problems were solved as I have yet run into a play that will not play them.Hope this helps.....Cheers
     

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