I, like many other users, have the problem that I got a big-name dvd player and its fussy with VCDS. I've used so many different programs and I'm almost sure I'm doing it right, but my DVD player will not read it.
( I have a SONY SLV-D910AZ )
Although I'm almost sure. I use TEMPGnc to convert my .avi to MPEG-1 in the correct format (PAL) and then use VCDEasy to burn them. They work when I put them on the computer using CS Cliprex, and I'll test the VCDS on a normal standalone DVD player which isn't big-name.
So if I am in fact burning them correctly, and my DVD is just very fussy, I need to make it read my VCDS.
Is it possible using a different burner (possibly a slower one) would make my dvd player read the VCDS? Or using any other burner?
Has anyone found that their burners are the problem? ( I have a SONY CD-RW CRX216E - burns 4x RW and 48x )
Apologies if this topic has already come up, I didn't notice it.