Question about Panasonic DMR-E20 DVD Recorder
After recording some old VCR tapes to DVD-R discs using the Panasonic DMR E20 burner I played them on a standalone Toshiba DVD Player and a standalone Sony DVD player and they played fine on both players. However, when I play the discs using Windows Media Player or Real Player on our Gateway and Vaio computers, a thin disortion line appears along the bottom of the screen. The line is not present when played on non-computer DVD players and was not present on the original VCR tapes. I am using TDK blank media so I do not think it is a problem with inferior media.
It's possible there is either a codec problem with your computer player. I would recommend trying a player such as VLC Media Player, to see if that works. If that isn't it, what kind of TV's are you watching the video on? Are they "tubed" or flat screen? If they are tubed, you wouldn't be able to see the line at the bottom like you do when you play the video on the computer.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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