I burnt a whole bunch of music videos onto a DVD-R disc, and when i play the disk i have to change settings in order for my subs to play and it dosnt sound nearly as good as a mp3,etc, also i can not skip songs using the search button???? i thought at first it was the way i burned it but when i put the same disc in my brother s truck who has a alpine it plays fine and you can skip throught the songs and sounds good??// any advise would be greatful
The problem is that the mp3 format compresses the files to make them very small. The advance function on the dvd player was set up to advance, let's say, 1/2 second at a time. Well, the dvd or cd file will advance a 1/2 second, but an mp3 format file, which is way smaller, will advance the same distance on the disc which ends up being 10 seconds or so. I had the same problem with my panasonic. Solution would be to burn the files onto the disc in a cd format. You won't be able to put 100+ songs on the disc like you could with an mp3 format, but you will be able to controll the advancing a lot easier.
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If you are trying to play music, then there could be only two problems.
1. Some DVD-RW can unintentionally trick you into thinking that they can play music, if inserted into the right machine. But really what it might really mean is that it can transport music, not play it.
2. The format of the file that you burned onto the disc may not be compatible with the type of DVD-RW that you have.
If you are trying to put an actually DVD/Movie onto the disc, then it is more than likely a format problem. I imagine that it may be really hard to get a video into the correct format so that it can be played on a DVD-RW.
I assume that whatever you are putting onto the DVD-RW is completely original. If it is not (such as a movie you got offline) then copyright laws will take all happiness out of your life.
yea it's either the disc is not a disc of the country u are in or the disc may be damaged... also.. u can't install disc onto a sega dreamcast... if' it's backup games that u are playing u will need a boot disc... u can google it.. it's commonly called dreamcast boot disc and the image file is free on the net...
try playing a disc that you know it has played before. if it does play other dvds then your problen is that it cant read the format in wic dat specific disc u are inserting in there. if it doesnt ready any dvds then insert a music disc in there, if it does play it then u got to change the lens. there is also the possibility then the motor spinning the disc might have gone bad as well so when changing the lens, it is advisable to change the whole lens mechanism.
TThe player does not play this type of dvd disk! only pre-recorded movies and CDs Try hooking Up a player that plays DVD+ and DVD- disks!Hope I was of help!
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dual xdvd700 is a very picky device in order for you to play videos on a cd-r disc...you need need a burning software that have video burning capacity...don't just burn video as data copy/backup b/c dvd player won't recognize it. hope this help... So it's base on how you burn your disc...NO data backup/copy ...use Video Burning instead
You should only have to finalize the disc and then it will work in your PC, you need DVD playback software to play it. If its a dual layer disc your, DVD drive in your pc needs to be able to play dual layer. Enjoy, Lee
Aquarius0128 there are two things to consider here.. dvd's recorded on a computer need to be closed/finalized after you have recorded onto them in order to be used on a stand alone player.. they will play ok on original recorder because of the design of these machines finalizing prepares the structure of the disc so it can be recognised by other players as a dvd video disc.. you will usually see a 'finalize disc' option in your recording program
Second issue is this.. even if finalized an older (or even some modern) stand alone players will not recognise a recorded disc made on a computer or even if it can there are different formats DVD+R DVD-R and even DVD-RAM and DVD-RW (the two latter ones are rarely recognised outside a computer)