My pleasure. Welcome to CDFreaks by the way.
I’d try different Blank type media.
I just had to come back here and thank Cressida. I used the NeroVision thing and apparently my dvd files were PAL and NeroVision changed them to NTSC so now they do work on my standalone dvd player, wooooo, thank you!!
I’ll try to remember that PAL video played on NTSC gear can bring up vertical lines…
I wouldn’t know, as I’m in a PAL region, and besides that, my standalone AND my TV set can read NTSC
Haha, yeah, I don’t know if that was the complete problem or what have you but once it was changed and I burnt it off to disc, I can watch it perfectly on my standalone player
Weird that the picture don’t went black/white too…
Ok, here’s another question. Prolly a stupid one but hey, you don’t learn if you don’t ask…
Is there any way to erase stuff from a DVD-R disc or are the ones I messed up with last night just trash now? Well, guess not trash since they are viewable on my computer but still, if I could erase em to reuse that would be plenty nice.
Ordinary DVD’s = NO!!
DVD-RW (rewritable) = YES!!
Verbatim is about the only rewritable that is worth a damn-
Do your self a big favor and buy NOTHING but good media - Verbatim (Best Buy and Office Max have sales all the time) and Tayio Yuden (www.rima.com is best online place to buy these)-
Ok, thanks for the advice, will be sure to put it to use
DVD-R is [B]WORM[/B] == [B]W[/B]rite [B]O[/B]nce [B]R[/B]ead [B]M[/B]any media.
Re-writeable dvd media were invented before and later of DVD-R.
DVD-R (Authoring and General)