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Mini dvd can be burned on a regular dvd, but cannot be played

Can someone tell me what program they are using to copy by burning a mini dvd on regular size dvd, so that it can be played on a dvd player. I've burned it with Windows Media but it will only play on a computer.
I can play my mini dvd but I need a copy.  I can copy on the VHS from my VCR, but I want a dvd.

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Convert them to normal format using file convertor or record in VR format instead of Video format

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I have a sony handycam dcr-dvd201. I want to copy the mini disc onto a regular dvd


you can't direct copy to disk (if you not finished the session) in 98% you home DVDPlayer can't play this. Try to make DVDVideo disk with the help of special program(Nero Ashampoo etc) Or maybe you get some soft with your camera (it will be useful too)

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Mini-DVD playback


http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/0900000562/DC210NIM-EN.pdf here is the manual look on page 62 for playback on a pc. you need a dvdrom drive. if you have one make sure you have software like windows media player 10 or 11, or powerdvd to play the movie. as for editing the video is a little bit more tricky. you are going to have to "rip" the video and then combine it in a program like windows movie maker with the other dvd that has been ripped too. when you are done editing in windows movie maker just choose avi or dvd type.

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As a novice I wish to download an instruction video to a dvd disc. How would be good!!!


If you just want to put the video on a disc that will be played on a computer, you can simply copy the video file onto a disc as data. Windows has basic disc burning capability built in, but other applications give you more features. I use CDBurnerXP, which is free. Another free burner is InfraRecorder. Also, many computers come with versions of programs like Nero or Roxio preloaded. With one of these programs, you pick the "create a data disc" option, drag the video file into the appropriate window, tell the program to burn the disc, and you're done. Again, this would only play on a computer using a player like Windows Media Player, WinAmp or VLC.

If you are looking to make a DVD that would play on a regular DVD player, life is a little tougher. This is especially true if you want to add any features to the DVD like menus. You need a DVD authoring application for this, and the really easy-to-use ones are commercial versions that aren't cheap. There is a good, free program called DVDStyler that I use. It's a bit tough at first because the documentation is weak, but there are several YouTube videos and other sites that can help. The program lets you make your own menus, add background pictures and music, converts the video files to the format needed to make a DVD, and allows you to preview the disc before you actually burn it. The result, though, is a DVD that works like the ones you buy at the store.

Hope this helps get you started. Thanks for using Fixya!

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How to copy CD from Laptop to empty cd


Sounds like you made a data disk with MP3s and not an audio cd.

To play on a "regular" CD player, you should burn an audio cd.

Different burning programs have different options for this.

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Burning a CD/DVD wil not play in player


Hello drear sir
you have this ploblem because u burn your DVD or CD wrong if u want ur DVD movie play on player u have to burning by (for example if u use nero) DVD video file and it will convert file that a player can play it

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I am trying to copy the DVD I finalized in the Canan DC210 to ano


Simple way if you have two dvd trays in your computer: just pop in the mini-disk in one tray and load a DVD+r, or DVD-r recordable disk in the tray of the DVD burner. Use the burning software that is available on your computer to "copy the disk".Other way:Just popin your mini-dvd into your computer and drag and copy the file folder (video_ts folder)onto your hard drive. Now, use dvd burning software that supports DVD images. I use the free ImgBurn program from: http://www.videohelp.com/tools/ImgBurn. (Remember, use "build mode" within ImgBurn to create the "DVD image" that the program will burn to disk.Disregard all the terminology if you don't understand it. ImgBurn is very simple to use. I mention "DVD image" because the conventional type of disk burning (copying documents, photos, etc. on disk) will just create a "data disk" with files on it. Video files burned in this way will play on computers but not on all stand alone DVD players.

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Watching a dvd on a regular dvd player


Once you have "Finalised" your mini disk in your camera try playing it in your PC drive - it should work. The ability to play on a regular size DVD player depends on how modern your player is. Not all players accept DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD +-RW formats. Good luck.

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Maddog MegaSTOR 18X Triple Format External DVD-RW Burner


Kill that Mad Dog. Otherwise you will get mad soon.

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Burning video from Sony Handycam DCR-DVD105?


Dear Magician1506
You should copy all mini dvds/ files on to computer system HD and please use any good quality dvd burning software and make new menu.

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I have tried to copy photos on A DVD R disc and alas they will not play in the DVD player. We have played other photo discs that are the same. What am I doing wrong? Can you help?


DVD-R discs are not as universally playable on all DVD players as are regular home made DVD's. Also, it's possible that -depending on WHAT burner you used to make the copy, and the particular brand of DVD-R your using - that the burners laser may not be strong enough to make an usable impression on your DVD-R, for your DVD to "see."

To get the info from your disc, your DVD player needs to shoot a laser into the burned pattern on the disc, and have it reflect back to the photocell pick-up. If the image was burned in with enough power (many burners can't do DVD-R's) your player will play it fine. If NOT, it won't "see it," OR it'll have SO many errors, it won't be able to retrieve the data so you can see your photos.

DVD (and CD) "R's" are a great idea, but they are not as reliable as regular DVD's and CD's. If yu care about what you're copying, you should use regular discs. By the way, SOME older players won't even like regular DVD's or CD's.

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