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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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.
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Check the disk for scratches, and attempt to play it on another DVD player or your computer, if it has a DVD drive installed. The drive will have DVD written on the front. If the disk isn't a commercial DVD but playable on the computer then the problem is a unsupported format. To make sure your DVD player is working correctly put a known good DVD the player to ensure it still works.
yes, it requires an update. Step one is to find the manufacturers website for the player you are using.
Go to their technical support page
and download the latest release or
update for that player. (You may be asked to enter the model number and
or serial number of the player you are using.)
burn the downloaded file to a DVD and insert into your
player. (While there are many easy to use DVD Burner software packages,
Roxio is a user friendly application found on most computers.) Follow
the on-screen prompts.
Or if the your player has a USB port,
download the update into a flash drive, insert the flash into the usb
port of your player, press Usb on the player's remote and the update
Sometimes dvd players will have problems playing certain types of recordable discs. You might need to switch from the Sony brand and try a different one. Also there are DVD+R and DVD-R types. The Bose might have issues trying to play a "+" type disc. Also make sure that the disc is being properly "finalized" by the burning software you are using so the Bose system will recognize the disc. The burning software I use is called Nero Burning Rom and it is very easy to use. It allows you to control the burning for various applications and can help with "problem discs". If you are able to play other burnable discs in the Bose and the Sony discs are the only one giving you the problems then it is probably just that brand and you will not be able to use them with your Bose. And just a note some older DVD burners can only burn "+" type discs or "-" type discs but not both. Your computer according to the specifications from HP should not have a problem burning both types as long as the drive is the original.
Those discs have a very strong copy protection mechanism to avoid making digital copies on PC systems but some DVD players won't play them because of that, if you have the original movie, download a copy from the internet, burn it to a dvd-r disc and play it. It's perfectly legal because you already bought the movie. The downloaded copies have no copy protection and will play better than the original. The PHILIPS DVD-Home theater players are specially picky about non-standar disk like the one you're trying to watch.
I solve the problem partly. I don't now how to make a panasonic code free, but I now how to play any disc on this dvd player no matter of region. On your computer you need to use Nero Vision to burn the dvd and everything warks perfectly.Nero burning studio you can get from huckers pages 'torent search engine' (everything is free) and find nero vision in it.To record this file , use 'bit lord' , 'bit comet' etc. If you download movies,music from internet , everything is easy,but if you buy dvd in the store with any region and you want to use in any dvd player ,this proceder need more atension ,but is easy too.
I didn't find out how make dvd code free , but I found how to make disc code free , so you can play it on any dvd player.
most of the movie if download from the net protected my different formating keeping people from burning and selling coppies. as long as your dvd play dvd is working fine. I got lots of those downloaded movies from a friend myself some play and some dont. I bet you if you go through most of your copy dvd some will play and some dont. Your sysytem may read some dvd VS mine may read some of your's that you system dont reads, you will not find a unit" DVD" will deformat the protection copy rights. I have 850.00 unit almost top of the line still wont read lots of copy DVD.
it would help to know what machine your playing these in . your media seems to be have recorded inna different format maybe your discs are not burned properly maybe theres a fault in your machine i would take it back to the shop or the media back the shop oh and if burning you must not use ne other program
its probably your using media that is not finalized or your machine isnt designed to play them discs your using