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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.

 

 

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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.

 

Thank you very much :-)

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