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Hd Dvd Doesnt Work On A Dvd-Player

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Hi together,

I burned a HD-DVD and it was chooses mpeg-4. When DVD is ready, there is a format, which the DVD-player can't play. The burner writes two files (see Appendix). This can not open the DVD player. Why does not he write video and audio folders like when burning a normal DVD? What I do wrong? Any ideas?

 

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Hi together,

I burned a HD-DVD and it was chooses mpeg-4. When DVD is ready, there is a format, which the DVD-player can't play. The burner writes two files (see Appendix). This can not open the DVD player. Why does not he write video and audio folders like when burning a normal DVD? What I do wrong? Any ideas?

 

Thank you! :-)

I believe that you need a Blu-Ray player to play that DVD, not a DVD player.

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What Roxio calls a High Definition DVD, is basically a Blu-ray format movie on DVD disc media. It is not DVD-Video and won't play in a set top DVD player. It requires a Blu-ray player. A DVD player requires Standard Definition resolution and the familiar VIDEO_TS folder file structure.

 

 

Making a High Definition DVD

High Definition DVD is a unique type of video disc which allows you to author HD video to DVD, for playback in true high definition. This gives you the ability to create HD video discs without owning a Blu-ray Disc recorder. Although you are recording to standard DVD discs with this project, you can only view the finished project on a Blu-ray Disc player. This type of project is ideal for creating video discs from your AVCHD camcorder.
A standard, single-layer DVD can hold approximately 30 minutes of HD video and a dual-layer DVD can hold approximately one hour of HD video. While Toast will allow you to add more than these lengths of video, adding additional video requires that video be compressed further and results in a lower quality video. These discs offer full menu navigation and are created in much the same way that DVD-Video or Blu-ray Video projects are with the same options available.

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What Roxio calls a High Definition DVD, is basically a Blu-ray format movie on DVD disc media. It is not DVD-Video and won't play in a set top DVD player. It requires a Blu-ray player. A DVD player requires Standard Definition resolution and the familiar VIDEO_TS folder file structure.

 

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