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Old 2007-10-01, 01:48 PM
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Re: Which format should i use to burn?

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Originally Posted by Five
maybe its the folder-inside-a-folder that's throwing it off. my LG standalone player can handle that but probably not the safest thing for 'sensitive' players. A friend of mine has an old Toshiba that only accepts empty AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS then if you EXTRAS_TS it rejects it. Also, I keep the title of the disc in caps with no irregular characters or spaces (underscores acceptable).
What i meant is that the disc that contained a folder inside a folder played without problems. What i believe, after doing some tests, is that my Sony DVD player has an issue with DVD discs burned using UDF v. 1.50 file format. It seems that it doesn't matter if the disc made is a data DVD or a video DVD.

Peace & thanks,

Roblov.
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