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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Are you sure the DVD-R disc you are trying to use is brand new and never written on?
Try using a DVD-RW disc or a different DVD-R disc...click on this link to learn more about DVD-R DVD-RW differences and troubleshooting
The reason they are not compatable is the software may be set up for a particular type of DVD, or may be configured for " overburing " Usually reducing the size of the video using compression is your best bet. If this does not work, you may be able to convert the video into an mpeg, mp4 or avi format, and use another software to create the DVD for burning. Nero has such tools to create DVD's.
Also, be sure that you are converting the movies to DVD standard format. Some software allows you create the video, and then does not convert it to DVD format.
You may also check to see if there are patches / updates available for your software.
Do you have DVD burning software? If not, you can download software that converts and burns the files directly to DVD. Such software is Wondershare WMV to DVD Burner and other titles linked on this page (free trials): http://www.download3000.com/download_47402.html
Hello folks, If you install another program like Nero xxx. Nero adds or can take away window media player's format from playing certain codec’s. Any program installed like burner software can do the same. This is a software issue. To help fix it download & install codec's from this site. This should help to regain sound for DVD formats. http://www.free-codecs.com/K_Lite_Codec_Pack_download.htm Free download. Other items. Some PC's can loose DVD sound in windows media player 11. Check that you're version of windows is up to date. Last ditch effort. Insert the DVD & open windows explorer. Right click on the DVD drive & see what the format is. (Ex: ***.vob, ***.mp4, ***.divx). Than search either Microsoft or Google for the matching codec's. Download & install it from the web. Suggestion. Use only one playback software program. Bouncing between programs is not suggested. Find which looks & sound best for you & uninstall the others if not needed.
If by chance non of the above has helped or fixed this issue, please list the program you are using to play DVD's & the format of the DVD.
Are you sure your player has got the right codecs to play both audio and video of the DVD you have burnt?
PS: Try installing the Ace Mega Codecs Pack just to make sure you have all the codecs. (Remember though that this software will install all the required codecs as well as the unneeded ones...the ones maybe required in the future probably)