[QUOTE=Kerry56;2648447]If you dig in the settings within DVDFlick, you’ll find the burning speed option. And Flick uses ImgBurn, so if Vexas burned using the settings within Flick, he was doing the actual burn with ImgBurn.
The problem may be poor quality discs as StormJumper mentioned. We generally recommend Verbatim ([B]not[/B] the Life Series variety of Verbatim) and Taiyo Yuden blank dvds. You can find them online at many different stores, like Rima, Supermediastore, Amazon, etc.
I prefer the 8x +R Taiyo Yuden personally. Burn them at 8x. The 16x varieties of Verbatim and TY I normally burn at 8 or 12x, depending on the burner.
If the dvd you’ve created with Flick works ok in the computer, then Flick has probably done its job ok. You’ve just run into a picky player in this Panasonic.[/QUOTE]
I realize my hyperlink didn’t really work, but I’m using the Verbatim 1PK DVD-RAM 9.4GB 3X DS-TYPE IV ( 95003 ) from amazon.com, purchased recently.
Also, if you refer to this link, it shows the compatibility options of my player. I think it’s fine, if I’m reading that right.
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Most play back issues can be related to poor to low quality media used and/or burning to fast , DVD Flick does not give you the option of selecting a burn/write speed I recommend using ImgBurn for your burning needs it is free and highly recommended by most members.
Also in some cases when a standalone player can’t play a back up copy it can also be that a +R media was used and if the standalone does not support the +R type media then you will need to set booktype to DVD-rom if your burner support it, which again this can’t be done by DVD Flick BUT ImgBurn can as long as your burner support it.[/QUOTE]
How do I set the booktype to DVD-rom in ImgBurn/DVD Flick?
Also, as Kerry said earlier, DVD Flick DOES use ImgBurn for its burning tech.