Question about Televison & Video
Short answer: Not really.
Even if you were to author DVD content identical to an unprotected mass-produced disc, unless you actually send it to replication to get a real DVD and not a burned one, you're still going to have some degree of uncertainty on whether the media can be read in all DVD players.
Newer DVD players are generally more tolerant about reading burned DVDs. Olders ones tend to have more problems.
It is important that you use good-quality media as well. Not all DVD-recordable media has the same readability.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
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