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Re: what kind of dvds do i use for my memorex dual format...
Look at front of it. It should say RW DVD + R DL or -R DL. That means you can use DVD+R discs or DVD-R disks 4.7 Gb (depends which logo you have). If its RW DVD RAM DL it can be any +R or -R. In addition you can use DVD+/- R DL (dual layer) disks with 8.5 Gb capasity. But the cost is at least 2 -3 times higher than regular DVD.
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This drive recognizes almost all formats of CD & DVDs available in the market
The drive can read and write the following media
1. Write CD R / CDRW / Read CD , CDR, and CDRW
2. Read & Write DVD +R, DVD -R, DVD +-R, DVD RW / Dual layer DVD.
Normal drives will be specific to only DVD +R or DVD -R or single layer.
If you're talking about making "Home Video" into playable DVDs it's not because there's necessarily a problem with your DVD-Burner. It's most likely because your home videos are being recorded as .AVI format files. There are some other file formats it could be, but it all boils down to the same problem: the DVDs you make will only play in computers or on the rare chance that you come across a DVD player that plays those formats. The best way to remedy this situation is to buy a program that will convert the files from .AVI to DVD. There are several to choose from. Roxio reportedly has software\programs that will do this. I'm sure that Nero does too. Both companies produce several different versions of "Burning Software" do your research and be sure you buy one that will convert the files for you. There is another one that I've personally used to convert the files and burn the DVDs for me. It's "I'm Too AVI-to-DVD". I know that is an odd name for a program, but it's straight forward in what it's function is. When I used this program to convert the file formats for me and burn the DVDs it literally took several hours to convert and burn about 5GB of video for me. I don't know if Roxio or Nero would be able to do it faster than that. converting file formats can be a lengthy process.
Your DVD player can only read certain formats. You will need to use a program like Nero to convert the stuff you download the videos that your DVD player can read. Nero has good documentation, so just take a look at that, and decide what format you want to go with.
Your player should say what it can play in the manual.
Yeah I have a solution ... personally I found DVD-R better to write dvd's to if its general data or copied DVD's but some drives are DVD+R specific so find out what drive ya got and pick the right media for it dude