Samsung DVD-VR 375 records but sometimes I get only sound
Sometimes when I record TV shows with my Samsung DVD-VR 375, I get sound and no picture or I get intermittent picture and all sound. It doesn't happen on network (CBS,NBC) HD channels but does this on cable HD like TNT and AMC. What am I doing wrong?
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Some program have copy protection or your installations cable and setup try to set lower resolutions and make sure you see the picture on TV before record
Or tell me how are your installation from which device to where
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Maybe the format of your recorded movie didnt support your player..check out your manual for the supported formats and check the format of your recorded movie.If any of the format in the manual matches your movie format then it will definitely play..
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I have the Samsung dvd-vr 357. I have had a couple problems with it but I called samsung and they walked me through fixing it each time. I don't know if you have tried this or not but that is my suggestion. The last problem I had was copying from vcr to dvd. I got audio but no video. Problem was it was on dvd when i started it, it should have been on vrc. It should be set on whichever one you are recording from. Hope this helps someone.
If you are using DVD-R media, you can record in either V or VR mode. What is confusing is that if you try to format the media, you only have the choice of VR mode -- and this mode is very well understood by other dvd players, some other records do understand it. This mode has much better editing capability, but poor compatibility. If you want compatibility, use the V mode. The trick is that to do that, you don't format it! V mode is the default and does not require formatting. The owners manual says that, but too well hidden if you ask me
Ok I have been here before.
The problem is your DVD burner in your DVD player unit may not be burning the disk in a format recognized by the Computer, or the laser may not have burned the disk to the set standard, and while it can play on that DVD player when you move it to a nother player it will not play. Well what we can do is Test the reverse first. Burn a DVD on your computer and try to play it on your DVD player and on the other TV. Then what I want you to do is to clean the lens of the player and try to burn a disk and play it on your computer. Let me know how this truns out.