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You must sure that burned dvd format can be NTSC,otherwise will be a problem in reproduction. You must need a code for to do that.
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My dvd combi is saying invalid disc and sounds like its spinning but then makes a clicking noise


Make sure the disk you put in the player is compatible with what is in the manual. Don't try to use disks you burned yourself when the manual does not say it is compatible with CD R or DVD R + or -
And when it is compatible with CD / DVD R, put the files on the disk in a format the player can read. Don't try to play MP4 disks, because almost no MP4 format is compatible with w DVD player.

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I HAVE BURNED A CD FOR ONIDA DVD PLAYER BUT IT IS NOT PLAYING


DVD format is VOB. It contains two folders Video_TS and Audio_TS, you have to convert your video to DVD compatible video and finalize the DVD, otherwise regular DVD player can not read and play it.
If you want to know how to burn video to DVD to play on DVD player, I think this step by step guide would help you, it will show you the detailed steps on converting video to DVD format, burning video to DVD, it's easy to understand and works pretty well for me.
http://www.best-dvd-burning-software.com/how-to-burn-avi-divx-movie-to-playable-dvd.html
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Use a DVD authoring software package to burn it - most DVD players need the information in DVD Format, so "VIDEO_TS" and "AUDIO_TS" folders need to be there with video in VOB Format. I recommend IMTOO DVD Creator 6 or above. Drag video in, and click burn. Taaah Daahhh a working dvd pops out. Use DVD-R discs for best compatibility and you should be fine :)

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I Have a 1999 Sanyo DVD Recoder that will not read movies I burn from my Laptop Why is this so?


Well here is the resolution for your problem.

Well that happen so because your Sanyo DVD Player/Recoder is not compatible with the video format you burn it from your laptop so first of all go through the manual of your Sanyo DVD Recoder and find out what kinda video format's are really compatible with it.

Than after burn the CD in that format from your Laptop. It will work.

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Our Canon video camera will record in both HD and SD. We've recorded all of our video in SD so far and I burned some of it onto the Canon DW 100 burner and I can't get it to play on my DVD player. please...


You should burn your videos to a video format that should be compatible with your DVD player to get play. Some video formats will not be able to play to a certain DVD if the DVD player does not support it. You should burn your videos to VCD format to avoid problem because almost DVD nowadays have backward compatibility for all VCD movies. Hope this could help you..Please don't forget to rate me..:-) Thanks..

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When i insert a burned cd, the cd is recognized as such, but it does not see the files on it.It considers it as an empty cd


If you have burned CDs using Windows XP, you are already familiar with the Mastered format. The latest version of Windowsoffers a new format, called Live File System. Discs that use the LiveFile System format are often more convenient because you can copyselected files immediately and as often as you want, as if the discwere a floppy disc or USB flash drive. On the other hand, Live FileSystem discs can’t be used in all computers and devices. Use this guideto understand the difference between Live File System and Mastereddiscs:Discs formatted with the Live File System option:Work like a USB flash drive or floppy disk, meaning you can copy files to disc immediately without having to burn them. Are convenient if you want to keep a disc in the burn drive and copy files whenever the need arises.Are only compatible with Windows XP and later versions of Windows.Discs formatted with the Mastered option:Don’tcopy files immediately, meaning you need to select the entirecollection of files that you want to copy to the disc, and then burnthem all at once. Are convenient if you want to burn a large collection of files, such as a music CD.Are compatible with older computers and devices such as CD players and DVD players.
Why are there different versions of the Live File System format? Eachversion of the Live File System format is compatible with differentoperating systems. Depending on which computers you plan to use a discin, you might need to select a different version of Live File System.If you plan to use your disc on the latest version of Windows,however, you will never need to change the version of Live File Systemyou use. If you need to make discs that are compatible with earlierversions of Windows, use the table below to select the right Live File System version for your needs:
The following table describes Live File System versions and their appropriate uses.


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This format can be read on Windows 98 as well as many Apple computers. You should use this version if you need to format DVD-RAM or MO (Magneto-optical) discs.
1.5
This format is compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. It might not be compatible with Windows 98 or Apple computers.
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This format is compatible with Windows XP and Windows Server . It might not compatible with Windows 98, Windows 2000, or Apple computers.
2.5
This format is designed for the latest version of Windows and might not be compatible with earlier versions of Windows.
For information on how to choose one of these versions when you format a disc, see Format a CD or DVD.
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I download free movies to hard drive, than I burn them, and my dvd player says no playback available or a big red x shows on tv screen, what am I doing wrong/


You probably have burnt the dvd disc using a video format that is not compatible with your player.
A lot of DVD players will not play .AVI or DIVx files that are commonly downloaded.
Your DVD player manual should list the formats it will play.
Convert downloaded movies to a compatible format before burning to disc.
There are several conversion programmes available via the web - at a cost of approx $50.00.
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I have burn a DVD video using Cyberlink DVD Suite using LG super multi DVD Writer, but once the burn is completed my stand alone DVD players is not able to read and throws message as No Disc - i have...


There are many DVD formats DVD- DVD+ DVD-ROM heck even blueray is a different DVD format.,Now see if you can find any paper work for your DVD stand alone and see what is compatible with it.
The only other thought it may be, in your burning program you can select to have the DVD play only on the computer you make it on...see if that is checked
and if it is make so DVDs can play in all players.
So to recap: a compatibility issue or a proprietary setting for your computer only.
hope this helps, please leave rating, thank you

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