Created my first disc successfully the other day, then downloaded video editing software which removed Quicktime & Real Player, not bothered as I did not use them, did not like the editing software so uninstalled then system restore.
Both players had not returned but now when I try to preview a video using dvd builder it says 'error starting the clip'
Can play all vids on my PC, think this editing software has removed something that dvd builder needs but do not know what, any ideas please, am really stuck. Thanks
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You can watch the converted files on your tv, in fact any tv, provided that it is equiped with video input(s), be it Scart or a separate video input by RCA connectors.
Your files can be played in a DVD player, or in any player equiped with a USB input. (files burnt on a disc, or on a USB stick.)
Conversion should be done on a computer. There you need conversion software, which you can download from the net, and installed. http://download.cnet.com/Any-Video-Converter-Freeware/3000-2194_4-10661456.html
This is one of the many free convertors you can find. I guess you're familiar with the procedures to be followed.
Good luck and best regards. F.Baeteman Belgium.
Its a old set but hookup should from a DVD player be to the rear audio and video inputs---note color of jacks on player--you will need for that old set composite--yellow(video and color), red and white for sound.
If the player does not have them (composite) you have a real problem.
Once connected use the input button on the front of the set to change to that input that you hooked the player up to (video 1 or 2 etc.)
Ur tv have a RCA INPUT holes like Y,R,W INPUT holes from the Front or the Back of the tv wright?Yes.U must buy or have it already a RCA components cable Y,R,W wires.Connected the RCA components cable Y,R,W wires to the DVD player Y,R,W OUTPUT holes and the other end of the RCA components cable wires Y,R,W connected to the tv Y,R,W INPUT holes.Now the tv and DVD player is on ok.Now u playing the DVD player contents Disc and push the INPUT modes on the tv like VIDEO 1 or 2 by the tv remote or manual button on the tv.Now u should have video picture of the DVD Disc contents playing.
If you have connected the audio video out of DVD to audio video in to the TVs front panel; what else to do?. Power up both the devices, goto the menu option of your tV, set it to vidieo mode, open the tray of the DVD by it open-close button, put a dvd disc in, push open close button of the DVD again, take the remote control of the DVD; select the chapter you want to see, sit back easy and see the recordings on the disc. That is all. OK.
Using the buttons on the TV, go to the setup menu, and scroll to "edit channels" by pressing "setup" button until "edit channels" is highlighted. Then, using the channel up/down buttons, go to channel 91 and press + volume. This should add the video input to your channels. 92 is S-video. It is helpful to have what ever device (dvd player or game console) hooked up and powered on, so you know when you are on the right channel, but it should be 91.
Your DVD player is fu.k.d up. These things are made so cheap now a days that it is more trouble to try to fix the thing, than going out and buying a new one. You can try running a disc head cleaning kit through it first to see if that helps.
I had a problem when making back-up copies of my dvd movies. I was using the latest version of Nero and when I played them in my DVD Player the movie just jumped all over the place. It didn't play in order of chapters. I then tried DigitalMedia Plus V7 from Sonic that came with my laptop and they play just fine. If you are downloading stuff from the net that is in avi, divx, or xvid format your dvd player probably can't play those formats.
1.Check audio/video RCA jack cables 2.check S-video(if you use S-video cables) 3.check with another dvd player to get normal picture on your tv system. if picture is normal in this process. then problem with your old dvd player. 4.if same problem occurs in other dvd player. then problem with your television. external audio/video processing circuits 5.if the tv is ok. then the problem with your old Dvd player audio.video converting circuits 6. if can be rectified by authorised service engineers 7.Contact service engineer. as there is no recitification process from user part