[QUOTE=Kerry56;2509955]The one that doesn’t play on the stand alone player, does it play correctly in the computer? If you don’t have software for playing dvds on the computer, try either VLC or Media Player Classic HomeCinema. Both those are free to use.
It does play on the computer. I have Windows 7 and WMP opens up as soon as its inserted and begins showing the menus.
If it does play in the computer, I’m not sure what to suggest. Maybe run it through FixVTS. http://www.videohelp.com/tools/FixVTS But I think it is more to do with the PAL encoding.
Do both of the videos have similar specifications? Look at each in MediaInfo and see if they look the same. I find the Tree View within MediaInfo to be the most informative. http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net/en[/QUOTE]
I just finished running both through MediaInfo, and I think you’re right about the PAL encoding. It looks like, even though AnyDVD picked them both up as PAL, MediaInfo picks up the one that does play properly as NTSC and the one that doesn’t as PAL. Is there an easy way to convert it?