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VCD WONT PLAY

Discussion in 'Video playback problems' started by mrozzz, Oct 6, 2002.

  1. mrozzz

    mrozzz Guest

    I HAVE A JVC DVD PLAYER 7 DISK VX-F85 ITS SUPPOSED TO BE REALLY GOOD, LORD KNOWS IT WAS EXPENSIVE. ANYWAY ITS SUPPOSED TO PLAY VCDS IVE EVEN READ A REVIEW SOMEWHERE SAYING IT WORKED GREAT WITH THEM BUT MINE WONT IVE BURNT VCDS ON CDRWIN AND NERO AND THEY WONT WORK. I GET A SCREEN ON MY PLAYER SAYING MP3 CONTROL SO I GUESS IT THINKS THATS WHAT IT IS. COULD IT BE THE CHEAP CD-RS IM USING OR POSSIBLY SOME WIERD SETTING I HAVE USED. IM AM RUNNING OUT OF IDEAS
     
  2. VCDjunkie

    VCDjunkie Moderator Staff Member

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    did you create the vcd using Nero? sounds more or less like you don't have a standard VCD format.. when you browse this VCD on your PC, what folders and files do you see?
     
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    as a courtesy, please lose the CAPS.. it makes it hard to read your message, not to mention that this is a forum rule.. Thanks!
     
  4. joe69

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    i have 3 dvd players and my vcd does not play in all.download rvcdplayer to veiw it on your computer,it looks like the old wmp in windows 98 sc.it works great.it took me 5 hours to burn a vcd useing nero express .how long did it take you???go to a friends house and try your vcd in his dvd player.
     
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  7. plaxxx

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    ok, maybe you are using the wrong kind of CD's... wut color CD-R are you using, and try to burn the VCD on a CD-RW, maybe your DVD Player(s) arent compatible with CD-R's
     

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