Old 11-12-2006   #1
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Buring videos on my computer to work on my DVD Player

Hi there guys, I'm new around here and need some help with something.

I have a Panasonic DVD/CD Player DVD-R32 192 kHz/24bit AUDIO D/A Converter and I have a bunch of movies on my computer. Some are AVI files because I made them into smaller files in order to store all of them on my computer. But now I want to take these files and put them on DVD's so I can play them on my TV. (just like a regular DVD-disc, like the kind u buy at the store)
I have used RecordNow! (which came with my computer) to DVD these files and such but nothing i do works. Everytime I successfully a disc it never works on the DVD-player.
I used two different kinds of disc DVD+R and DVD-R and it still didnt work. I took a piture of the packaging of teh dics to show you guys.
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Which one shoudl I use or are they the wrong discs to be using.
I need to know like step by step (like which program I shoudl use to burn) what I should do to get these movies working on my DVD player for my Television. My friend was also telling me that I may need an adapter to get this to work on my TV? Mabye this is the problem???
Please and Thankyou!!!
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Re: Buring videos on my computer to work on my DVD Player

What burner do you have?
What program(s) are you using to try to convert them to a DVD compatible format?
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Re: Buring videos on my computer to work on my DVD Player

I have never seen or used the First one called Pine but have used TDK and it's not the best and not the worst. Try burning it at 8 x and see how you go
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Re: Buring videos on my computer to work on my DVD Player

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Try to use either NeroVision or Nero Recode from full version Nero Program( must have plug-ins for for conversion to right video format) also try to use DVD-R from brand name like sony, Verbatim, Maxell or Fuji.
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Re: Buring videos on my computer to work on my DVD Player

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also try to use DVD-R from brand name like sony, Verbatim, Maxell or Fuji.
As Fuji is now showing up with Ritek dyes I don't think this is a good recommendation.
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As Fuji is now showing up with Ritek dyes I don't think this is a good recommendation.
You are right I was refering to Fuji MIJ not any other places.
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