Question about Televison & Video
Well first of all I think its not a disk problem but the file name. You know the .mpg or .mpeg sort of thing. Read the DVD manual and figure out what under what file name you should burn your files next time. Good luck and let me know if that works
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
It is the re-recordable version of the DVD+R
and everything that was said about the DVD+R is valid for the DVD+RW. Only the
newest DVD players play movies recorded in disks using this format. There are
recorders on the market that can record both DVD-RW disks and DVD+RW ones. These
recorders are called DVD?±RW. Similarly to the DVD-RW, the disk needs to be
finished to be played in commercial DVD players, and to record new data in the
disk after having finished it requires reformatting it, which makes all the data
in it to be erased. DVD+RW recorders are usually capable of reading DVD-RW disks
(but not of recording them) and vice-versa.
There you are.
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