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formating digital camera video for t.v. playback

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Louisep8283 | 13:05 Tue 04th Aug 2009 | Computers
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I have a philps dvd player / recorder that uses dvd +r (and dvd +rw) discs. I am trying to play back videos taken on a digital camera. I wish to know what format i need to to format the disc and also what disc to use (cd +r or cd +rw) thanks...les

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you can use either type of disk, the only difference is the +rw is re-writable so you can wipe it and use the disk again, the +r's can only be used once.

this should enable you to create a proper DVD that will play in any DVD player.

http://www.minidvdsoft.com/dvdcreator/
1. As far as I know, DVD format is VOB.
2. I'd prefer CD+R, it's more compatible.
3. You may take a look at this guide, it's about how to capture video from DV and Camera to computer or DVD. It works pretty well for me
http://www.freedvdripper.net/capture-video-fro m-dv-camera-to-computer-and-dvd.html

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