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Video recorded on a DVD-R does not want to play in my DVD player

I want to record taped video's onto DVDs to store as the cassette systyms are becoming obsolete. My DVD player does not acknowledge the recording. I am using EasyCap from CORAL and the format is VCD 2.0.

Does SANSUI 212S support and read this format (VCD 2.0) pse.???

Solutions pse?

Many tx

Stephen Theron

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Re: Video recorded on a DVD-R does not want to play in my...

Some players will read vcd some won't. also your dvd that your using could be a problem some dvd players don't like some dvd media try tayo yuden's they are the #1 choice for dvd media.

However, try burning the disk into DVD format not VCD this way you will know if it's the media or the video type that your player doesn't like.

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