Originally posted by chema
[B]Ok, thanks for your reply!, i'll try what you say.
I burned it with Nero.
But as far as i know, the "must" for a DVD is to have certain directory structure (VIDEO_TS and so on) and if the .vob files are structured correctly it should work, right?
What would be the difference between burning with Nero and burning with Copy2DVD?
I know many people here have said not to use Nero for burning, that Copy2DVD "just works." I'm one person who will tell you that that's not always true. Like at least one other person here, I had problems with Copy2DVD -- it interfered with other software I had installed on my system, and the burns would fail part-way through (at less than 20%).
So I got rid of Copy2DVD, and miraculously, everything that was broken started working again.
Nero was giving me some problems like the ones you described earlier -- the resulting disc would play fine in WinDVD and other software players, but would not play in my Philips DVD player/recorder. (My Philips can play all recordable DVD formats, and can record to DVD+R and +RW discs.) I have an NEC DVD+RW drive sold as a Memorex drive here in the U.S., and Nero 220.127.116.11 came bundled with it. I noticed on the DVD2One web site that the author of DVD2One advocates using Nero 18.104.22.168 or later!
Once I upgraded Nero to the latest 5.5.x.x release, the resulting burned discs would play correctly both on my PC and on the Philips DVD player/recorder. So I'm happy!
Bottom line, if you have a decent version of Nero, you should be OK. I hear Nero 6 works great too, but I don't feel like spending the money to get the latest Nero. I'll stick with Nero Express for now, since it works fine. But I can't in good conscience recommend Copy2DVD at all.