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DVD-R format not playing

I made a video dvd-r disc on my computer..it is in AVI format...it plays on all my other dvd players except the panasonic 660. It says no disc!
any clue why? or how to fix it?

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Most likely it does not support this video format..have u checked the manual for the video formats it plays?if u can tell me the complete model number can find that out for u..regards..

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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    my dvd-r format not supported

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