I have what may be the stupidest question of the year, but I'd like to find out so here goes.
I have a DVD+R video disk that I want to play in my TV surround sound system DVD player. The TV's DVD "player" will only play DVD-R formated DVD's according to the manufacturer. It's an older system. These days I think you can buy players that will play all formats.
So, my DVD+R disk won't play at all in my player. It will play on my computer using my Lite-On DVD RW but not in my player that's hooked to my large screen TV.
So, my question is this: Is there any way to "convert" a DVD+R formated disk to a DVD-R disk?
Could I download the contents of the DVD+R disk to my computer's hard drive then turn around and burn it in DVD-R format using my lite-on dvd burner? I don't even know if my Lite-On DVD RW SHW-160P6S burner will allow me to burn it in the DVD-R format.
I don't know if anything like this is possible but I wanted to ask you guys because I know if anyone knows, you do.
Thank you, I appreciate your comments (good and bad).