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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If the tapes are commercial type movies being bought at a store some time ago, the system will detect it as copy right protected and will not let you make a copy. I've had the problem in the past many times, but if the tape is a home made movie taken with a video camera, it should let you copy it. Some video to pc software does this even with homemade video movies, very frustrating and annoying some times.
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.
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.
it all depends on wot u used to burn it, and wot type of dvd player u have, there r diff ways to get it to play, on a normal dvd player u will either need to encode the movie file into a vcd and put it on a cd or encode to dvd format and burn it onto a dvd using programs like nero or roxio