I have a friend who belonged to a Rock Band in the 50s. They have just had a reunion and have each been given a DVD of the gig. I have been asked to do some copies of the DVD. The first (test) copy plays perfectly on my domestic multi-format DVD player but it won't play on anyone else's, even though they have multi-format DVD players. The original DVD they have plays perfectly. Anyone have any ideas? Please.
There are so many makes of dvd recorders/players and brands of disc makers at this time I think the best way is to try various makes of blanks, they`r cheap enough. I have found `bulkpaq `orange dvd - x4 perfect for my `MSI DVD-/+ RW, at £6.86 for 25 spindle, suits me, suits me
Could it be that the copies you have made in DVD-R will have to be finalised individually. Maybe just copying the DVD doesn't include these files. Never done this so unsure. The reasoning has always been that DVD-R discs are more compatible with domestic players than DVD+R. Never used the latter but I have not had any problems with the DVD-R's I have finalised playing in either of my domestic DVD players.