gosh darn it. i have a sony dvd player and memorex blank dvds. why didnt i see this forum before. T~T
i used total video converter to convert my avi files to mpeg-2 cuz i used avi originaly to burn a dvd and it didn’t work so i did research and found out it had to be mpeg-2 to play on my dvd. so in total video converter i changed some settings like the resolution and bit-rate so that the size could be smaller so all of the videos can fit into the dvd. and apparently my research was wrong because i finished burning the dvd with the mpeg-2 format and tried it on my dvd player and it didn’t work.
was my reasearch wrong or did i do something wrong? please help because my mom’s birthday is tomorrow
im only 12.. who could blame me for being a retard.. :(
Thanks. I use Convert x to dvd and well on my 360 everything plays like a charm on my cheap walmart dvd player i cant say it does. so i am starting to think that its more of the speed or burning. stop using 16x and just use 4x and also the PAL vs. NTSC thing i think is super important. this has been a hinderence on my life lol. Thanks Robspace1
i have copyed all my video’s onto dvd they worked fine on my sony dvd/recorder. that has since been changed to a dvd player only ,went to watch my dvd’d only to find they will not work or even load up tried putting them on my laptop and it’s the same.
lol !!!! Hey! I had the same problem and MORE!!! Just go to Sothinkmedia, free software that encodes and burns practically ANYTHING!!! NOTE: Change ratio from 16:1 to 4:3 ; yes, wide to full. However, if you don’t upgrade, between each clip, if you are just adding clips together, you’ll get an ad from them and a statement saying if you don’t like it there, UPGRADE!!! IT ROCKS!!! Will play on Sony, Philips and Magnavox. Those are all I have and my burned discs work on all 3 without fail.
I had the same problem. Whey you burn a disc at high speed it doesn’t penetrate the disc as deep as it does at a slow speed. From now on I always burn discs at the slowest speed and have had no problems.