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I have copied camcorder film onto a cd but it will not play on my dvd player/TV

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There is a difference between copying and recording. If CD is used, probably the format is not DVD format. Only few players accept Video CD and other similar formats. If a DVD is recorded, then it must be finalized in the recorder itself for plying back in other units.

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