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    Default Non-playable DVD discs

    When I record a streaming movie from the screen, I copy it to a DVD. The DVD plays on my computer, but it won't play on any other DVD player.
    Does anyone have any suggestions to make playable DVD's? Thank you...
    TiJeffe

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    Default Re: Non-playable DVD discs

    Maybe it's because of how you burned the movie to the DVD? try burning it at a lower speed.

    It could also be of a faulty DVD.


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    Default Re: Non-playable DVD discs

    Try using DVD -R discs. Older players may not recognize DVD +R or DVD +/-R discs.

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    Default Re: Non-playable DVD discs

    You can burn FLV, MP4, MKV, TS and other movies onto DVD. Many player don't support such formats.

    You can create a DVD-Video disc that can be played with most DVD players. Although as already mentioned above, some old players do not support DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW.

    p.s. I recommend to buy a network media player instead of buying a new DVD player.

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