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I recorded a dvd and it will not play in any other player.

My jvc dvd vhs recorder will record but the dvds will not play on any other machine. I need to us this for teaching. Is ther a step I need to do?

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  • alpha delta Jan 17, 2009

    I know now that you have to finalize the DVD, but how do you do this? The manual says to press MENU LIST or TITLE. No finalize screen comes up, like in the picture in the manual.

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Maybe different format, not all will play in all dvd players, only certain format disks

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You must finalize the DVD after recording it. If you post the model of the JVC device, I may be able to find out how to do this for you.

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    crogers2009 Jan 12, 2009

    Sorry. I didn't look at the model at the top... haha... I'm searching now for a solution for you.

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    crogers2009 Jan 12, 2009

    Here is a PDF of the instruction manual that may help you.

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You need to finalize the disc. The manual does not give the correct directions...I finally figured it out. Put the disc in. On your remote press HOME...use down arrows to get to the disc icon and you should see the menu for FINALIZE. I'm sure you can figure it out from there. good luck.

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