I used the JVC sharestation to burn a DVD using the PowerProducer software. The DVD can be played in my dvd player but when I run the same DVD in the jvc sharestation in my pc, the dvd cannot be read and it prompts the drive is not accessible. Because of this I cannot play it on my pc or make disk copy. what could be the problem?
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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 ?
Actually some of the software needs an update . just update it or it might not be compatible to your pc. it also did the same problem with nero on my pc . it plays the video but there was no audio. simple use another software
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...
I had the same problem and spent some time looking up this issue. I have a sony dvd player and it seems to have trouble reading almost any burnt dvd or cd. I have read that sonys seem to prefer the cheap dvds and cds for burning. It seems the cheap'O dvd players play burnt dvds and cds better that the nice ones, go figure.
There is more info out there about making sure to burn dvds and cds in the correct format. You can try different burning software that has more options than just vista. If you are creating a dvd from a movie file such as an avi or mpeg, please explain more on what you are doing and trying to accomplish.
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