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I burned a DVD-RW procuction and it plays fine on my computer but not on by standalone DVD player which is supposed to be compatible with all formats.

Also, realize that RW media should generally not be used for permanent storage. Go for DVD+R or DVD-R if you want to keep production "permanent." Verbatim discs have gotten good reviews here, and I personally have had success w/ Sony DVD-Rs.

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Also, realize that RW media should generally not be used for permanent storage. Go for DVD+R or DVD-R if you want to keep production "permanent." Verbatim discs have gotten good reviews here, and I personally have had success w/ Sony DVD-Rs.

I forgot to mention that I created an .iso file and then copied it to the disc. The player shows the disc is playing but I get no pictures on the screen. All my other commercial DVD's play fine. I am using Sony DVD-RW but will switch to Sony or Verbatim DVD+R as you suggest.

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I forgot to mention that I created an .iso file and then copied it to the disc. The player shows the disc is playing but I get no pictures on the screen. All my other commercial DVD's play fine. I am using Sony DVD-RW but will switch to Sony or Verbatim DVD+R as you suggest.

If you copy an ISO file to a disc, you have a data disc that nothing will recognize???

 

If you made an ISO file and burned it to disc with DVD Copy or chose "Burn Image" from one of the Authoring progrms, then you have a proper disc.

 

An ISO file is an image of what a disc should be but is otherwise unusable. A proper DVD Movie disc will have a VIDEO_TS folder which contains files with extensions like; IFO, BUP & VOB.

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If you copy an ISO file to a disc, you have a data disc that nothing will recognize???

 

If you made an ISO file and burned it to disc with DVD Copy or chose "Burn Image" from one of the Authoring progrms, then you have a proper disc.

 

An ISO file is an image of what a disc should be but is otherwise unusable. A proper DVD Movie disc will have a VIDEO_TS folder which contains files with extensions like; IFO, BUP & VOB.

 

I did use DVD copy. I will buy some different media and try again. Thanks for you help.

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