Burning to dvd

vbimport

#1

We are capturing film from camcorder to computer using Nero and then burning to dvd. However we find that the resultant dvd may play on a computer, but it will not play on a normal dvd player.

We are using printable dvd+R discs

Can anybody help us to solve this problem as we now have a number of unhappy clients.
fwaring


#2

Welcome to the forum :slight_smile:

Could be the software/conversion process or a media problem, I’ll tackle the media :slight_smile:

What’s the rated speed of the discs you’re using, and also the brand?

What burner(s) are you using to burn the discs, and what actual burn speed are you choosing?

EDIT: Another possibility, if your burner allows it, would be to set the booktype in Nero to DVD-ROM (since you’re using +R discs), for improved compatability on older players.


#3

Thank you for your messaage

The dvd’s we are using are:

Verbatim 16X printable DVD+R

fwaring


#4

Which model of drive are you using?


#5

[QUOTE=fwaring;2458950]Thank you for your messaage

The dvd’s we are using are:

Verbatim 16X printable DVD+R

fwaring[/QUOTE]

Great choice :iagree:

As Beefy said, the next thing we need to know is the drive model - and also as I mentioned, the burn speed.

For best results, I tend to burn my own Verbatim 16x +Rs at 8x. Which is neither too slow or too fast. :slight_smile:

I’ve burned plenty of these discs, on various drives, all at the same speed, for others and have had no complaints.


#6

fwaring,

listen to the nice Lady [B]Arachne[/B]. :slight_smile:

8x or 12x burning speed is optimal for 16x DVD±R depending on the burner model.
Which one is it?