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Hi,

I have a sony hard disk camcorder and the packaged sony picture motion browser was not working as dvd’s were hanging when burning so I installed CDburnerXP.

The sony software uploads my video clips onto the computer and three versions are created :- 1)Movie clip, 2) .modd files and 3) .moff files. What are the modd and moff files – anyone know if these are needed and can they be deleted?

I have installed CDBurner XP and I understand that you have to convert the files using DVD Flick. This has created two folders audio_TS and video_TS.

I have tried to burn to a dvd using both CDBurner XP and DVD Flick and on both occasions when I play the DVD in a DVD player through the TV it seems to have created two clips of the same movie. Why is this and what am I doing wrong?

Secondly, when you try to play the dvd on the computer from the disk itself then it opens up Windows Media Player (I have latest version) and reports the following error:-

Error message when using CDBurner XP = Windows Media Player cannot play the file. The player might not support the file or might not support the codec that was used to compress the file.

Error message when using CDBurner XP = Windows Media Player cannot play the dvd because a compatible DVD recorder is not installed on your computer.

How can I play the dvd’s I have created using DVD Flick or CDBurner XP on my pc?

Thanks

rednutter

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You may need to install a video codec pack in order to view DVDs on your computer.

I don't know modd or moff files, I'd guess that you do not need them for DVD creation.

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