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Problems burning DVDs in Ulead VideoStudio

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by ChrisBa, Mar 26, 2007.

  1. ChrisBa

    ChrisBa Member

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    I video our Church Services and make DVDs for the shut-ins. I am having some problems with some DVDs not working in some DVD players. I have a player that will sometimes paly and sometimes not. I have a Compac Computer using Ulead Video Studio editing software. I use HP or TDK DVD-R discs. There are times that the disc just seems to search for the content, sometimes a couple of minutes until I get tired of waiting. The next disc may do the same thing, or may work. I have had another person at church tell me that it would not work in his DVD player, but works fine in his PC. I have tried the discs in 3-4 PCs with no problem.

    Where am I running into problems: DVD burner - Software - Discs?

    Any ideas?

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Chris Barnes
     
  2. FFsp42

    FFsp42 Regular member

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    Here's a couple of solutions:

    I use HP or TDK DVD-R discs.
    Media quality might play a factor. These discs are not that great. For best results, use Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim brand discs.
    Also, since you are burning DVD-R, check the owner's manual of your standalone DVD players. Some players, especially older models, will only play certain formats, either -Rs or +Rs

    Lastly, check to see if your burning software will allow you to bookmark your discs as DVD-ROM.

    See if these give ya better results.
     
  3. rbrock

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    Use Verbatim DVDR- disc a great program for video is Pinnacle 10 ( not free ) but a good program to make some great DVD's
     

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