MY PLAYER PLAYS EVERYTHING BUT BURNT DVD'S . THIS JUST STARTED RECENTLY, BRFORE IT PLAYED BURNT DVD'S NOW IT JUST READS AND SAYS NO DISC. I TRIED TO RESET IT AND I GET TEST JC J IN THE DISPLAY ON THE UNIT. IT PLAYS PURCHASED DISCS , AND EVERY CD INCLUDING MY BURNS. PLEASE HELP ME !!!!!!!!!!
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Re: WON'T PLAY BURN DVD'S
There are two main families of DVD's, the minus (DVD-R/RW) and the plus (DVD+R/W). The most popular is the minus and almost all players can access this types. The newer and better DVD (plus) is not as popular like the minus. SOme players will not be able to read the plus.
Check the DVD that you used, if it is DVD+R, try to use DVD-R
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Depends how old or what model your DVD player is ? When I burn DVD's with my video editing software on my computer,some disks will not play on certain older DVD players, has something to do with video codes that the DVD player has to read? My experience is that my older DVD players will not play burnt DVD's from my computer, but will play in newer DVD players ?
when you play nothing but bootlegs in a dvd player, they tend to burn out the eye inside the player to where it will only read bootlegs. the original movies capabilities won't work anymore. hope this is a help to you my friend.
Burn your dvds in a proper way. If you burn your dvds as data dvd, it may not work on certain dvd players. Try different software or different PC to burn your dvds. Check the region code of your dvd player & the dvds burnt. They should match. You may find some region-free players.
John~ check formats with dvd player can be found in mannual - then burn dvd to suit mp3 or mp4 would normally work~ you can go to Realplayer.com to get tool to download on pc to this job. also try Divx .com / utorret.com or if you can get a Silvercrest dvd player this can also play pc dvd.in may different formats. Phil
r u sure the format for your DVD that u burnt from MAC is same as DVD that usually can play in DVD player?try to compare your burnt ne with ordinary DVD that can play ib your DVD player...if it is not same, then u have to burn it by using the same format as your ordinary DVD..or if it is same, then your DVD player cannot support the type of DVD that u use...for example like DVD-9, most cheapest DVD player cannot recognize the type of DVD that is used eventhough u use original DVD...
Try another brand of DVD media. The data density on dvd's is much higher than cd's. I have not had any luck with cheap brands of dvd's. You could also try slowing down the burn speed. The cheaper dvd's may need a slower speed setting.
Are you letting the dvd burner "verify" the burn? Or are you skipping that step? Verifying the burn won't fix a bad burn, but it will let you know if the burn failed. Then you won't keep the dvd around until later, just to find out it doesn't work.
dvd players are finiky things they do not like burnt dvd's at all and some will just lock up computers on the other hand can handel those because burnt dvd's are in a coding format that computers can read much easier than a dvd player your best bet is to just buy the dvd non burned and see if that fixes it. good luck and
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it sounds like your dvd player just cant read the data on just those dvd'sdvd players are different sometimes,plus where you got those dvd's could be the problem.also if someone else burnt these dvd's it could be the software settings they were using,but if they were purchased from a dealer i would let them know about it.or you can try just those dvd's in another player.hope this helps.