I have the same problem. The dvd-r's will play for a while, then all of a sudden won't. You have to do a factory reset, which resets all of your settings to the factory settings. To do so, you have to power the dvd player on without a disk inserted. Then press the menu key, then 76419. You may or may not have to hit enter. The dvd player will shut off automatically and when you power it back up, you should be able to play the dvd-r's, but you will have to reset you preferred sttings.
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You probably have burnt the dvd disc using a video format that is not compatible with your player.
A lot of DVD players will not play .AVI or DIVx files that are commonly downloaded.
Your DVD player manual should list the formats it will play.
Convert downloaded movies to a compatible format before burning to disc.
There are several conversion programmes available via the web - at a cost of approx $50.00.
AVS4U works ok.
do to the panasonit web site and it will tell you
it should play any disc other then divx
if you player is made by a media company they dont sopport divix as a format at all
just very very few players if any for this brand
sony is a tv and movie company so they are a no
magnavox and phillips and rca do sopport it cus they are not a media company
1. If you are using DVD-R discs, your player probably does not support them. There are known compatibility issues with DVD-R discs. If your burner supports it, use DVD+R discs. 2. Try burning at the slowest possible speed. That can help your player pick up the disc better. 3. Did you remember to put a menu in the beginning of your movie? Even if you have the disc set to skip the menu when inserted, it still must exist for some DVD players to recognize it as a disc and play it.
the best format to buy is the DVD-R but make sure your disc has been finalised if you reinsert your disc on the functions screen you should see finalise this is essential for compatible playback hope this helps regards Jim