OK, I purchased ANYDVD a while back and it was working beautifully. I was even making +Rs and playing them on my Playstation 2. When my movies stopped playing on the TV and only played on my PC I was ready to blame the software. After all, that's the only thing that had changed. I didn't touch the PS2 and I was still using the same media as I had been playing from the beginning.
I went nuts uninstalling/reinstalling and checking out different apps to burn the copies. I was certain it was the software because I recopied a movie that played previously and that didn't play either. It wasn't until I gave someone one of the DVDs I couldn't play that I found that the problem was my player. I didn't even think this was a possibility, after all I didn't change the player, it worked before.
My question is: Has anyone heard of any way that playing a DVD would cause a change in the way a player plays? Some form of copy protection or the like?? A friend claims that one of the DVDs I gave him also did the same thing to his player (I'll see if I can find the model), and I was skeptical until this happened.