Question about Televison & Video
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The problem is, not all players play all types of burnable DVD. Yours may not play +R, or it could just be that the burning process didn't work right. Some DVD players don't play any burnable DVDs.
If you have the documentation for the DVD player, it might tell you which types it plays, if it isn't too old.
If it is older or you don't have documentation, it might still play certain types of DVDs. Check out: http://www.videohelp.com/dvdplayers. You can search by your model of DVD player. It shows compatability of DVD Players to types of Burnable DVDs. It may take you a few minutes to puruse that file.
Once you find the DVD type that works with your player, go to this site: http://www.digitalfaq.com/media/dvdmedia.htm. It has a table where it shows the best writable DVDs to buy. Unfortunately, there is a lot of quality difference and sometimes the quality or longevity of the disks vary a lot. You want a good disk because cheap ones don't work very well and sometimes don't last very long. It would be a shame to lose the video because of a cheap disk.
Having said all that, DVD-R is usually the most common type that works with most DVD players. It is also the most reliable when it comes to long term storage and successful burning. You could go buy one of those and it might work.
Please go through the article which mentions the process to copy vhs to dvd.
Suggestion: Try Panasonic DMR-EZ47V or DMR-EZ475V VHS/DVD combo. It has both analog and digital tuner. Easy one touch transfer VHS to DVD.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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