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Using NXT6 in Win 10

MYDVD does not recognise DMSM files created in Videowave so have used OUTPUT and make movie, selected PAL then DVD playback which give me MPEG2 for DVD best quality. When the disc is burnt it will not play in my stand alone DVD player which is set for PALI have used various previous versions for over 10 years with no problems. Can anyone help please

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20 minutes ago, ricknangi said:

Using NXT6 in Win 10

MYDVD does not recognise DMSM files created in Videowave so have used OUTPUT and make movie, selected PAL then DVD playback which give me MPEG2 for DVD best quality. When the disc is burnt it will not play in my stand alone DVD player which is set for PALI have used various previous versions for over 10 years with no problems. Can anyone help please

Does it play in the computer DVD player?

Is there any error message on your stand alone DVD player?

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1 hour ago, ricknangi said:

Yes it does play on my computer and the only error message I get on DVD player is Incompatible TV system setting .

That error message indicates a problem with PAL vs NTSC. Are you sure your DVD is in PAL format?

Another possibility is an incorrect region setting when burning but that should always be automatically set to Region 0 when burning from Roxio.

Perhaps you could do a google search on " Incompatible TV setting" and something there might help you.

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The DVD player is definitely set on PAL. I'm not sure where to look for Region settings but will have an explore. I did a search and nearly all comments suggested incorrect settings on DVD player. Presumably you are happy with the various settings I have made as detailed in my original post.

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