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Making DVD so that it can be played in DVD PLayer

I want to make DVD from NERO Burning software in such a way that my dvd can be played in external DVD player, so please suggest me some guidelines about how to make DVD?
I have DVD player of PG company.
Is there any burning speed required to set to make DVD, so that it can be played in extenal DVD player?

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Hi

Yes Nero will do that but you should have full version of NERO to write it as video DVD and select the speed as minimum that will play in your external DVD player

Thanks

Boopathy

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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