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Panasonic DVD RV31 does not read DVDs created by Windows Movie Maker

I am using Windows Movie Maker on a Sony Vaio to create home movies. I am using a DVD+RW disc. These almost do not play on the Panasonic DVD RV31 player. What could be the issue? Is this Panasonic model capable of playing DVD+RW discs? if not, what format does one use? How to fix?

The Panasonic RV31 plays commercial movies well.

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  • SleeplessDVD Jul 08, 2008

    In the end I think what worked for me is to use DVD-R only, and also to start the video using the Power-ON button (not Open/Close or Play).



    We'll see how long my "solution" works. Thanks for trying, Cordell.

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The only thing that has worked for me is to make a copy of the disk after burning it in Movie maker.

Cordell

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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