[QUOTE=Kaine260;611825]I just burned my first Dual Layer movie. It plays in the Dual Layer Burner, but when I go to play it in other Dvd Players like my Cyberhome Dvd Player it Does not work. Same with my Sony DvD Rom player for the computer. Is there something I did wrong.
I took my copy of Mystic River put it in did DvD DeCrypter and made an Iso. Then took the Iso and burned it with DvD DeCrypter.
What am I doing wrong to play the movie in my set top box? My Cyberhome DVD player should play it but can not.
Thanks for the help, if anyone can help. Not sure if this is the right place but would like some feedback if anyone has any to add to this.
I’ve been burning my episodes of SG-1, on a LITE-ON IDE DL burner, to Verbatum DVD+R DL, and they were playing fine in my Mitsubishi, Pioneer, and Panasonic players. I was using Nero 7 Nero Vision4 to edit commercials, included menus and burned to DVD+R DL Disc. After my drive went out and could not burn to DL anymore, I purchased the new LITE-ON iHAS424 SATA burner.
I used the same software for video editing. The Panasonic will show the menu, but when you click on the thumbnail to play the movie, the menu just stays there. After I re-burned it without the menus, and just burned the video, the player says “NO READ.” So, it looks like weâ€™re having the same problem. I have called, and contacted support from Nero, LITE-ON and various blogs. It looks like no one knows what is going on. I believe there are a lot of issues with the burners that are questionable. I know I didnâ€™t answer your question, I just wanted to let you know that this is an issue I think the manufacturers donâ€™t have an answer for.