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Dvd will not play in dvd player but will play in computer

I burned a dvd from the internet and will play in the dvd drive in the computer but will not play in my philipps dvd player. I do not understand this problem and if it can be solved. also I understand that dvd players can be altered to accept other formats such as pal.Can there be some kind of cross- up between different formats. my dvd burned plays right on PC but foesn't play on my Home Theater Panasonic SC-HT70. Some times says "no play" other times says "no disc". I tryed it on a cheapper player (don't remember the brand) and sometimes it plays well and other times it start play on last chapters or on middle chapters of movie. I believe this is a problem with construction of IFo files when I burn it but I don't know how to solve it. Can you give me some help? Can I check the DVD construction to check that I belive?

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  • sthja Nov 14, 2008

    Lots of Other Enthusiasts have experienced the same problem.


    Very FEW have any (real) suggestions about WHAT IS WRONG!?


    By surfing and reading I have come up with the following that made the difference for ME!!??


    1) When rendering turn OFF anything unnessesary on Your PC
    2) Turn off Preview
    3) Turn OFF Your Broadband Connection
    4) Turn OFF Your Antivirus program
    5) Use the Free Burning Software ImgBurn instead og NERO
    5) Use Verbatim/Youden good Medias!
    6) Lower the burning speed til 4X mAX!!...
    7) Don't "multitask" while rendering!... WAIT!
    8) Keep Your CPU temperature LOW!!


    Now my homeburnt DVDs will play flawlessly too even in a VERY cheap TV DVDplayer!
    They always do in the PC's DVD drive!


    9) Sometimes DVDs play with lots of stops, blackouts, skippings aso.. the SAME DVD's that normally has run without any faults!?...
    REBOOT Your DVDplayer... by turning it OFF...wait ..and ON again, with the disk in the Tray... Evt. Open/close the tray before rebooting!
    ...then it works!??


    If You have better suggestions I will gladly take som further advice! ..
    This is MY experience by now!


    Stan


  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2009

    windows vista home premium,im able to burn dvds but they will not play on my dvd player,im sure it has to do with codecs or decoders?? someone please help me!!!!

  • rfboss May 11, 2009

    I burned a dvd from the internet and will play in the dvd drive in the computer but will not play in my dvd player. I do not understand this problem and if it can be solved. also I understand that dvd players can be altered to accept other formats.

    Can i burn a new dvd with a different codec to solve the problem, and how?

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I don't know if I really find the solution but several burned discs I decide to burn a poor disc 8x instead my emtec 16x and voil'a the disc go on my SC-HT70. I suppose it doesn't support new type of discs with higher velocities even burned at a lower velocity (4x). If any one have another solution please let me know.
Also I know we can upgrade firmware of Panasonic but it can only be done by a technician and it's very expensive.
Thks

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