Question about Panasonic SC-HT70 System
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?
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.
Posted on May 19, 2008
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