When I watch certain DVDs they fade back and forth from light to dark. Today I am watching Finding Nemo and it is doing it. The other night I watched A Cinderella Story and it was fine. Why does it have this problem on some DVD's but not on others? Is there anything I can do to fix this issue?
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Re: Zenith DVC 2200 brightness issue
analog video copy protection scheme that alters the unseen part of a
video signal such that a VCR or other macrovision enabled device may
not record the video signal properly. There are several types:
- Automatic Gain Control
- 2-line color stripe
- 4-line color stripe
Symptoms of this include picture fading in and out or color banding of the signal.please mark the post as fixya!
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i have delt with the same problem the burned disks are only readable by a computer, or your burning software is meant for computer to computer burning, or the dvd players laser is just not strong enough to read the disks i can play some movies on one player and not so many on another
Is this happening with commercial dvds or disks that you've burned? If it's happening with commercial disks, I would suggest trying the player on a different TV to see if the same thing happens. If it does, something is wrong with the player.
The warranty on the player is 90 days from the date of purchase. A receipt is required for warranty exchange.
DVDs are recorded in Macrovision* format which distorts the video when playing through a VCR. This is an anti recording device to prevent duplication. You can try finding a decoder that connects between the player and VCR to override this
Usually if your getting it with the MENU then your connection is weak, are you going through a VCR or some other type of device besides directly to the tv? Try hooking unit directly to the tv. Besides that, its possible you could of messed with the settings, go to the menu, go to advanced and do a reset to make sure no settings were adjusted, the disk has to be out of the tray while you do the reset.
I wonder if you are trying to play burned dvds, if so that could be a major issue alot of players won't play burned disks, others will only play certain ones. another thing I have had problems with, though i don't know a fix. My samsung sometimes has a similar issue where it flat out will not play certain company dvds.