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Dvd compatibility Hi, I have been making movies on my pc and burning them to dvd discs. I also have a separate dvd player/recorder hooked to my tv that I watch them on after I burn them from my pc. I am not able to watch them in any other dvd player, and I have tried several, except my dvd player/recorder. Can you tell me if there is any kind of software that I can use to make these dvds compatible with any dvd player? Thank you very much

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