Spectroniq DVD Recorder SDR-205 Disks do not play with proper col
When I put in a comercial DVD to watch a movie the red color was missing, thus people had gray skin, and the predominate colors I saw were gray, yellow and blue. When I put the same disk in the DVD player in my computer the colors were fine. The colors on are TV are perfect, as long as we are not trying to watch a DVD. What's the problem? I hope you can help.
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Some DVD recorders cannot write CD-RW - only DVD-RW (+ and -) as well as DVD-R (+ and -) (this depends on the brand/model). This unit probably does not support CD recording. Try using DVD-RW instead for this machine - see if it records that (do not finalise even if unit prompts you to with an on-screen message prior to ejecting disc).
There are DVD players and recorders which can play CD-RW (mp3, jpegs etc.) but I don't know of any which record this format (a PC CD/DVD-ROM drive can do this though).
Try a different brand of blank dvd+r or -r. you will find that your dvd machine is fussy on what discs it plays. More exspensive dvd players are fussy with what dvd discs you put in, as cheaper dvd players would virtualy play most types of dvds.
Check your cables going from your DVD player to your TV to make sure everything is plugged in all the way and correctly. If the problem continues try a DVD that you know works and is a color movie and see how it plays.
Its not supposed to play Dix AVI movie files. For a DVD player to play anything other than a DVD movie the manufacturer must pay royalties to who ever owns the patent, for example they would have to pay Philips say $1 for every DVD player made that plays VCD's, that may not sound a lot but, make 100,000 dvd players and they would have to pay Philips $100,000. The technology has to be put into the device for it to work. Hope that helps.
I have put my digital photos through Photo Story3 for windows, via the folder My Pictures on my computer, and burnt it to a dvd.
This is now in wmv format.
My photos have been deleted from my computer.please can you suggest a way of transfering them back to a folder on my computer, or an Sd Card or another memory device
I have been working throug a stack of 25 Windata, the cheap ones. DVD +R/ They have been working 100%, every time. The only problem I have is when I leave machine to shut itself down because I am not there to stop it at end of movie.. The disk becomes so full that I cannot get to disk to finalize and it will never play on another machine. When I hit the Disk Edit on such an overcrammed disk, the drop down menu with Finalize at bottom does not come up Only the hand with the red crossout sign over it comes up..
Sometimes this unit gets "confused" - not sure why -- but try first using a CD cleaning disk and let it start and stop a couple times (sometimes lens gets dirty and does this) - if that doesn't help then try unplugging unit and leave unplugged (from wall socket) for about 30min then plug in, set local time and then see if the disks play okay - sometimes this "resets system"