Using Nero I created a movie from videos taken on our camera. The movie plays on the pc but not on the dvd player. It is an Emerson EWD7002. It plays regular movies with no problem. Is it the player?
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Hi, Do you have Nero or any such recording software.. in that there will be option create video DVD/CD just click on that and give the source address where your movie is saved in your laptop?? it will create DVD for you which can be played in dvd player?
you just cant save a movie to a DVD and play them on DVD players....it just does not work that way
you need to write them properly using a software like Nero
Create DVD/CD/Mini DVD etc in Nero is a good option
Nero is a software for audio and video editing and recording.
Hey! There are a lot of such conversion tools. I am now using this Wondershare DVD Converter Ultimate, which helps me convert various video format to any video/audio format I need(indcluding the format you have mentioned). And it also helps me burn dvd from video. It works well for me. You can also have a free trail of it. Hope that helps.
If you burn dvd movies (video files having ".vob" extension and associated dvd files), make sure you burn them as "dvd video", otherwise they might not play in standard dvd players.
For example, when you try to burn dvd files in Nero as a data dvd, mixed mode dvd or a compilation, the program itself will notify you that such a disc may not be playable in a standard dvd player, so you must burn it in "dvd video" mode.
Note that when you select the "dvd video" mode in Nero (i don't know about the other programs though), the standard dvd folders VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS are automatically created by the program, you should only place the video files (not any folders or subfolders) into the VIDEO_TS folder created by the program.
If you are already doing it this way, then the problem is obviously somewhere else.
I had a problem when making back-up copies of my dvd movies. I was using the latest version of Nero and when I played them in my DVD Player the movie just jumped all over the place. It didn't play in order of chapters. I then tried DigitalMedia Plus V7 from Sonic that came with my laptop and they play just fine. If you are downloading stuff from the net that is in avi, divx, or xvid format your dvd player probably can't play those formats.
sometimes nero after burning dvds ,they want play on certain dvd players,, could be the format the movie was in ,, . why dont you download magic dvd copier,, itll copy any dvd,, they will play on any dvd,,goodluck