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Ok see i have close to 100 movies on my computer and external hard drives and i really want to put them onto dvds so i can watch them on stand alone dvd players. I tried a program called dvdflick and it turneded on of my movies into a dvd like i wanted. I then used CDBurnerXP Pro and tried to take that dvd and burn in to a dvd. Evrything seemed fine untill i put it into my dvd player and it said error. I tried this on 2 different dvd players.

Does this look right

http://img170.imageshack.us/img170/1080/helpzr6.png

please help me

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All I can say is that I've done this over and over, and that it works like a charm.

To the poster: did you try another brand of DVD ? It's always possible that your DVD stand alone player can't read the DVD. I suggest a DVD-R because it's the most compatible type. Also try burning at the lowest speed.

On the other hand on the right side I think there must be 2 folders: 1 AUDIO_TS (usually empty) and 1 VIDEO_TS (with all the files in it like in your example). Your DVD looks for a VIDEO_TS folder I guess. In your example I don't see it.

Like I said, I burned quite some DVD's in the meantime; and I agree that depending from the brand of DVD some players don't recognize it. But that's up to the player.

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