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Dvds Won't Play; Not Ntsc


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My burned DVDs will play on my computer but not in any of my DVD players. I get various messages depending on the player, such as file type not supported, Not NTSC, etc.

 

Can't find anything in the software to set format from PAL to NTSC and my Windows DVD maker program is set to NTSC. Don't know where else to look.

 

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

 

Thanks

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My burned DVDs will play on my computer but not in any of my DVD players. I get various messages depending on the player, such as file type not supported, Not NTSC, etc.

 

Can't find anything in the software to set format from PAL to NTSC and my Windows DVD maker program is set to NTSC. Don't know where else to look.

 

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

 

Thanks

 

Did you read the response in the other post you had made?

 

This is my response from that post:

 

You have to give some useful information. Just saying "it does not work" is not helpful.

 

How did you create the DVD? Please describe your steps with some detail?

 

Either you burned a data DVD in which case a DVD player cannot play it or you are using the PAL format which your DVD player does not recognize.

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I used the software Easy VHS to DVD 3 plus, selected the DVD at the device to record, used DVD+R (Memorex) disc. All of the players I tried to play them on indicate that the DVD+R disc type is useable on these machines. Video was approximately 2.32gb in size. Software went through "finishing" process. Recorded video looks good when played back on the computer via the Easy VHS to DVD 3 plus software or via Windows Media Player. The computer will also play the disc as burned.

 

DVD players indicate either file type not supported or Not NTSC when attempting playback. Playback attempts included Sony Blu-ray and Toshiba DVD players, both of which will play DVDs produced via Windows DVD maker on the same computer.

 

I would be glad to supply other useful information to troubleshoot this?

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I used the software Easy VHS to DVD 3 plus, selected the DVD at the device to record, used DVD+R (Memorex) disc. All of the players I tried to play them on indicate that the DVD+R disc type is useable on these machines. Video was approximately 2.32gb in size. Software went through "finishing" process. Recorded video looks good when played back on the computer via the Easy VHS to DVD 3 plus software or via Windows Media Player. The computer will also play the disc as burned.

 

DVD players indicate either file type not supported or Not NTSC when attempting playback. Playback attempts included Sony Blu-ray and Toshiba DVD players, both of which will play DVDs produced via Windows DVD maker on the same computer.

 

I would be glad to supply other useful information to troubleshoot this?

 

Could you list the files that were burned to a DVD?

 

Also memorex are considered bottom of the barrel discs by many of us although I don't think that is your problem.

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You used 'Record DVD' or 'Record, Edit and Save'?

 

 

 

How long in play time is the video?

 

Your in the US and installed the software in English?

 

 

The playtime is approximately 32 minutes.

 

I'm in the US, but now that you mentioned it, maybe I fell asleep in during the install? It probably asks for my region ( PAL vs NTSC), not my language? Duh.

 

I will reinstall tonight, hope that is it. Thanks!

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The playtime is approximately 32 minutes.

 

I'm in the US, but now that you mentioned it, maybe I fell asleep in during the install? It probably asks for my region ( PAL vs NTSC), not my language? Duh.

 

I will reinstall tonight, hope that is it. Thanks!

 

No, it asks for the language.

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