How can I grab data DVDs hd DVDs video DVDs into a blank DVDv disc?
You can use DVD Copier
no but blu rays can play dvds. You have to have a Blu-Ray player or a PS3 to play Blu-Ray discs.
No, this isn't possible because Blu Ray Discs have a special outer covering that makes the movie you are watching better quality. DVDs don't have this special outer covering, therefore it isn't possible.
Yes. There is no difference that I know of between a DVD burned on a computer DVD burner and a DVD burned on a "tv" DVD burner.
if nothing went wrong during the burning process, then your dvd may not be compatible with your dvd player, check the manual
DVD players cannot play Bluray discs. The lasers and the data storage are different so no data can be read from a Bluray disc in a DVD drive. That is the case whether or not there is any up-scaling available in the player. Bluray players on the other hand are quite happy to play DVDs as well as Bluray discs.
yes. you can play the dvd with the music on it, but it will only work in a dvd player, not a cd player.
Standard definition discs with 480 or 576 lines of data are limited resolution. Using an upconverter or scaler to increase the signal resolution to 720 or 1080 cannot add any more resolution. In fact, any scaler will reduce the image quality slightly rather than enhance it. However, all LCD and plasma screens have internal scalers to convert the incoming signal to the native resolution of the screen itself. Most LCD televisions have a native resolution… Read More
No. Blu-Rays will only play on Blu-Ray players
Not all DVD players will play a CD.
That means that the disc cannot be read
I am afraid not . only the bluray player can play the normal blu-ray disc
HD DVD and Bluray are both high definition disc formats but they were not only competitive formats but incompatible formats as well. While the battle for the HD market was in progress a handful of players were sold that would support both formats. These players were expensive and very few were ever sold. Unfortunately, HD DVD only players will not play Bluray and Bluray players will not play HD DVD discs. It is still worth… Read More
its because your DVD is defected. Probably because it's not formatted. No format and the drive cannot detect what it is that has been inserted.
all DVD players have a component that is programmed to read a certain list of disk types. there are many different types of components and yours probably reads the DVD+r instead of DVD-r. which it reads is a guessing games more often than not. only DVD recorders state which disk they are compatible with.
Blu-Ray players will play ALL DVDs whether they're burned or not
Yes it does. a DVD holds 4.7 gigabytes of data (1 gigabyte is 1000 megabytes), while a single layer Blu-Ray disc holds 25GBs of data. That is significantly larger than DVD. I use a DIGISTOR(digistor.com) Blu-Ray burner to back up my files, and the 25GB is more than enough for all my back up needs.
No, unless it is a blu ray player/burner.
You will be able to purchase blank dvds online from a number of retailers, check out to see if there are stores located near your home and you maybe able to reserve and collect from the comfort of your own home. The last time I purchased any I had to order a minimum of 5, but that was no problem.
yea its just a more new generation DVD It is the size of a DVD, but it is able to contain many times the information as on a DVD and it is not a DVD. It will not play on a DVD player.
No. But you can play a regular disc in the Blu Ray player
Can you record a show from your DVR to a disc on your DVD player your DVD player is not a DVD recorder?
NO Not unless you have a recorder. The laser in a recorder burns the data onto the surface of the DVD. If you wish to transfer a video file from your Digital Video Recorder to a Disc, you must have a burner to do so. You may, however be able to transfer the data from your DVR to your computer using a cable. But not knowing your model, I cannot advise for sure.
If it is a recorder/player for the TV then DVD-R. If it is in your computer it doesn't matter. If you are having problems reading these disks, Your DVD recorder Requires Dual Format or is in need of replacement.
A Blu-Ray holds nearly 20 GB of information. A regular DVD holds a little over 4 GB. A CD holds up to about 700 MB. The Blu-Ray holds about 30 times the information that a CD carries, and almost 5 times what a DVD can store.
That is not possible since HD-players use HDMI for connecting to the television. It wouldn't be very useful to connect HD-players to SDTV's, because that way the player has no advantage over a standard DVD player.
All DVD recorder manufacturers have a certified media list posted either in the operating manual or on their website. DVD media varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. The coatings and sensitivity of light are the primary reason not all brands of media will work with a particular recorder. It is also true that even if you can burn the disc you may not be able to play it in another player of that brand or any… Read More
You can find bundles of 100 blank DVD disc at your local Sam's Club. Ebay and other retailers that could be found online will have plenty of these items available for you to purchase.
You can make home movies and create power point dvds. Many people make movies of their kids and grandchildren to watch later in life. You can also use them for work and it is easy to copy from your computer.
u need a ROM disc
A Bluray disc stores five times more data than a DVD. Therefore, a DVD will not have the capacity to store the contents of a Bluray disc.
avcd can be played on some blue ray players or converted to standard format by the camcorder or computer. Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player could playback dvd, blu-ray discs and ISO videos. macblurayplayer.com
Yes you can. BluRay players have an HDMI output for use with HD televisions and almost all have an analog output that can be connected to standard definition television. The output won't be HD of course, but you do get to watch the disc.
No, you would have to delete movie from CD and that is impossible. You could format it too, but you can't do that either.
If the DVD is good, then the laser might be shot. Try about 3 or 4 CLEAN movies and if those don't work it's definitely the DVD player.
First you press the on buuton then ypou put the disc in then watch it u
You'd have to check the drive specifically, but in general yes, any DVD burner should also be able to burn CDs.
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No. Blu-Rays will only work on Blu-Ray players. Your computer must have a Blu-Ray drive in order to play them
no you need a blue ray player or play station 3 with has the blue ray laser in
Panasonic DVD-LS83 portable DVD player won't play any DVDs that it used to it makes a strange noise and after a minuet of Reading the disc it comes up with a message saying this disc can't be read?
Any and all repairs within the device should be performed by a qualified professional. Do not dismantle your unit as you run the risk of damaging the unit, or getting hurt! If the unit won't play any discs at all (or just a few select ones), the device is at fault here. In most cases, if the mechanics still work, this means that the sector was not found. This is most commonly caused by dirt… Read More
No, but regular DVDs can be read on a Blu-ray player.
No. Blu-Rays will only play on Blu-Ray players
Yes you can! I have not tried it but apparently there is backwards compatibility!
No, a Blu-Ray disc requires a Blu-Ray compatible device, such as a standalone player, a PlayStation 3, or even a computer (with a compatible drive installed).
No. Blu-Ray discs will only work on Blu-Ray players and PlayStation 3