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Why won't my burned Dual Layer DVD+R play?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 00:32
Your other devices do not read dual-layer DVDs. Dual-layer DVDs are great for storing the contents of DVD-9 movies that you rip from the original DVD to the hard drive and then burn to the dual-layer DVD, but home DVD players are not designed to read dual-layer DVDs. Generally, to fit a motion picture that is on a store-bought DVD onto a DVD-5 disk, you need to rip it and convert it from DVD-9 format to DVD-5 format, then burn it to an ordinary recordable DVD (which can then be watched on a home DVD player).
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 06:13
You burned it as a data dvd. You would need burning software like Nero that will convert the video into dvd format that your player will recognize.

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