I can burn the cd no problem its a video of my
You probably made a perfect copy of your wedding day (congratulations!)... the problem with burnt DVD's is the player they are played on. For WHATEVER reason, -R and +R disks seem to play better on old or cheap or portable (or a combination of all three) players than on the super-nice ones. I have burnt hundreds of DVD's, and I have yet to get but a handful to play on my "nice" DVD player... instead, they play perfect on the kid's one that we strap to the car headrest for roadtrips...
Ok... if there is a solution:
#1 - Buy good media, the lower the quality the more chance for error (slightly imperfect thickness = vibrations during burning, etc)
#2 - Try lowering your burn speed to 2.4x, seems to add to odds of being read by better machines
#3 - Are you finalizing your disks? Many computers can "get around" an un-finalized disk, but a DVD-player has a much harder time. Check with your burning software's help menu to be sure and "finalize" or "close" the disk when done
#4 - Have you tried a different burning app? Sony's "Vegas" software is unmatched in quality (but a bit expensive) , but cheaper apps like "VSO DivxToDVD" can convert .avi files to burn-ready video files, which can then be burnt with my all-time favorite burning app, "DVDFab 5"
Whew! I hope something in this helps!
If you have further issues, comment to this thread and Iwill be happy to assist you!
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Aug 15, 2009 |
CD & DVD Burners