Question about Toshiba Dvr620ku Dvdrw Vhs
PROBLEM: [3 of 4 HDMI Video images & DVD recordings vertically pinched.] Progressive: ON & OFF; set to ON. Aspect Ratio: Auto, 4:3, & 16:9; set at 16:9. Inputs L1 & L2; set at L1, Dubbing VCR to DVD. Recording compatible ON. HDMI Format to RGB. [TV & recorded DVD images] are the same; Height correct in HDMI selection 740x480, and [[vertically pinched in 1280x720,1920x1080i, & 1920x1080]]; set at 1920x1080i. DVDs also, vertically pinched when played on another DVD players & this unit. Changed output HDMI cable to a Hi Quality cable. No improvement. Connected 3 different TV's, SONY 50", SAMSUNG (Older 27" & New 55" SMART TVs), still vertically pinched. VHS to DVD works OK except for the 3 HDMI vertically pinched output. Tried different mfg's of blank DVD & DVD-R & DVD+Rs. Purchased DVDs play correctly FULL height in all modes. HELP, JIM email@example.com
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok, this is happening due to the fact that the CODEC FORMAT you recorded in doesn't exist on the player you wish to play it on.. you MUST ensure you encode the DVD in a CODEC that every machine will have... When you Burn a DVD the information is Encoded, with a CODEC, the SAME CODEC is required to Play it back, if the Player doesn't have the particular CODEC as standard, then it simply is unable to play the DVD. Look on the DVD Player and check out what CODECs it can handle, then encode your DVD Burns using that CODEC, and you will be able to play it on any compatible player, Usual formats are MPG4, VOB, DiVx,
have a look below to understand what you need to do.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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