The best solution I can suggest is to burn DVD+ media to the DVD-Rom format, thus making compatible in most players. Pressed dvd's that you buy are in the DVD-Rom format, in essence what you're doing is tricking your player into thinking it's a store bought disk. You can only do this with DVD+ media, not DVD-.
This is best done through your burners firmware, the method is called bitsetting. Not all burners are capable of doing this through the firmware.
There are programs that do it, including DVDInfoPro, but you need to do this before every burn, however sometimes it doesn't work. The best way is through the firmware.
As abrown15 suggested post your burner model # and firmware version and we can begin assisting you. In addition, I suggest you download DVDInfoPro, from DVDInfoPro.com ( free version avaialble). This will display your firmware version # and will provide you with the manufacturer of your media. Phillips does not manufacture media, it just uses other manufacturers and puts its name on it.
You can see who manufactured it by inserting a blank DVD in your drive, then click ther media icon on top, second from left. Your firmware revision will be shown when you open the program on the right side under drive information, it's the third line down.
Post back when you have this information available. Never heard of Mr DVD media,
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