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My Dvd Won't Play In Dvd Player

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I have created the sideshow and burned to DVD-R and it won't play. Do I need to use another type of DVD??? I have seen others mention using video wave, is that another option?

Thanks in advance.

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I have created the sideshow and burned to DVD-R and it won't play. Do I need to use another type of DVD??? I have seen others mention using video wave, is that another option?

Thanks in advance.

 

Hi JoT, welcome to the forums. Do you have Easy Media Createo 8 (where this post is located)? That is a pretty old program. What Windows operating system are you using?

 

There are several ways you can make a slide show including a web based program (PhotoShow). I am assuming that you are using one of the Slide Show Assistant program. Which one? Also how did you burn the DVD ?

 

You asked about Video Wave - instead of trying to talk about a multi-function program, please take a few minutes to watch a couple of these videos from kari. (link). Come back if you want more information.

 

If you decide to use Vidoe Wave, let us know and we will give you more information about burning a DVD and the entire process or

 

you can read this workflow strategy.

 

By the way, not all DVD players will play home burned DVD. Did you try it on a different player? Has this worked for you in the psat?

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I have created the sideshow and burned to DVD-R and it won't play. Do I need to use another type of DVD??? I have seen others mention using video wave, is that another option?

Thanks in advance.

Use Windows Explorer to look at the DVD you created. Does it show a folder called Video_TS and are there a number of files in that folder with the extension ifo, bup and vob? If no then you did not create a video DVD and you will have to explain exactly what you did.

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