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I have burned some quick time movies to a disc i can play it on my computer but when i try and play it on my dvd it comes up unknown disc can anybody help

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Hi, your DVD player might like the disks you use, + or -, maybe it doesnt recognise the format you have recorded in, you say 'Quick Time'? Look for 'DivX or XviD' on your player, this is the common DVD players that people use. When you dowmload a video image look out for XviD or DivX in the title,
If this helps you out please give me thumbs up thanks...

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