Question about Televison & Video
You see most of the DVD recorders use a format called MPEG for sound and video. Unless you have an old Philips DVD player most of the modern DVD player does not support this format. The DVD format is called MPEG 2 and sound is in Dolby Digital / PCM / or DTS format.
There is one thing you can do, you can convert all your precious recordings into DVD format on your PC by downloading a free software called ConvertX. This will make it playable on all DVD players.
There is no point in trying to fix your old machine because it might cost you more than half the cost of a new recorder itself to repair.
Here under is the software link.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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