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Dvd recording I record dvd discs from my Sony camcorder videos on Nero vision 4 and when I try to play them on my Samsung dvd player they cannot be read. Is this a problem with my player or recording?

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You may not have selected "Finalise Disc" in the settings of Nero. If the disc is not finalised, it can be played only in the burner that wrote it.

The other thing to consider is that your DVD player may not like these brand of discs.

A lot of standalone players are very picky about the quality of burnt media it will accept.

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The red and white leads provide stereo. As with VCR's just having a white phono out is quite common. There's just no connection for the red.

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General System Requirements
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Hard Drive Space
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Display Settings
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Optical Device
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