Question about Pioneer DVR-111D (DVR111DBK) DVD RW Dual Layer Burner
I have been having problems with dvds playing fine on my dvd player, but not on some of my clients. I have been talking to people about the maximum bitrate used on my dvds, where some older dvd players might not be able to keep up with high bit rates. I have been told to try with encoding with a maximum bit rate of 6000, as this should be low enough for many players. Does this sound right? Thanks Steve Jay
Have you been using constent bitrate or verable bitrate and which program are you using to encode your dvd's do a test dvd with 6000 and do another at differant rates I use Ulead Movie Factory to do my dvds and use vairable bitrate as the movies are in vairable and also the regioncode for your burner has to be set for good burns as I'm in uk my dvd burner is set to region 2 and I've had no problems with dvd buning and playing on other dvd player. hope this works out for you
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
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