Question about GoVideo Go Video DVD/VCR Combo
Downloaded DVD's can often be encoded using different software and some work better than others.
If they only play to the exact same point they were probably built from a pair of files eg cd1 and cd2 and then encoded into one.
Computers can handle these issues much better than any dvd player due to the availability of CODECS and more tolerant software. They will often play DVD's that dvd players cannot even touch
I would suggest that you run them through another program and re-burn them. Nero does a great job and will even add chapters if they are not currently set
Try stick to the exact same source for your DVD files.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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