I have made home movies with pinnacle studio 11, and they play on the durabrand 1700 if they are 1 hr long... anything longer the sound and video speed up... is there anything i can do to correct this on the dvd player... the dvd's work on my regular dvd players...
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It could be the codec u use to encode the movie,
secondly could be a firm ware problem of your dvd player.
Other than this I can't think of any other reason. or just may be the type of recoreder u use or the recoding programe. If u had check these, then get another player
Sorry, this is all I can think of.
PS. the player firmware is the main reason to me.
1. Turn on the DVD player.
2. Press "Setup"
3. Go to "Preferences".
4. Press "Play"
5. Enter 2-5-1-5-3-5 (251535 in continuous sequence of keys on the remote) Nothing will show on the screen.
6. Press "Left" then press "Down"
The current region code will be displayed.
7. Press "0" for region free.
I have just done this on mine and it worked perfectly.
You can trick the player into thinking the cover is closed and still play DVD's.
Open the lid and notice the small button on the top right side.
Pressing the button will simulate the "lid down" so the disks will play.
You can even see the cool red laser when there is no disk.
There is a small switch on the right side where all the audio/video ports are. If that switch is forward in the "video-out" mode, the onboard (TFT) screen is shut off. Move the switch back to "TFT" mode. Hope this helps.