I made a dvd from some avi files but it is not recognisable on my stand alone dvd player. I burnt the dvd onto a dvd-RW but when I put it into my Panasonic DMR-ES10 it comes up with the error "Unsupported format".
However, when I take the same disc and put it in a dirt cheep compacks dvd 800 and a Phillips dvdr 610 stand alone player it plays perfect. It also plays perfect on my pc's NEC 3500AG.
I'm using Verbatim 6x dvd-rw and Verbatim x4 dvd-r.
The Panasonic dmr-es10 can played backed up original movie discs on the above mentioned media.
The AVI's are NTSC and I selected NTSC in the encoding software.
I used a programme called Diko to do the encoding and authoring.
I then went and did another copy using WinAVI video converter and the same thing happens. It works on the compacks, phillips and pc but not on the panasonic.
I then used a dvd-r disc with the same results again.
The other problem I now have is that I can't erase the data on the RW discs. When I put it in the pc it says "Disc is not re-writable. Please insert re-writable disc". I was using RW's so if I did make a mistake I could re-use them, but it's saying I cant!
I would be grateful for any help on these.
< Message edited by Kenshiro -- 3/27/2006 12:13:36 PM >