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  1. Member
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    Well I tried burning another video to DVD after getting all the help from here and got everything to work and saved my settings as default but I just burned another DVD but this time the source file was avi unlike the first one I did that was a wmv file.

    Is there different settings depending on what type the source file is? The DVD burned once again with audio but no video on my stand alone player. It plays fine on my other player and the computer.

    Any suggestions?
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    Nope. The source file should not matter.

    What did you use? How did you burn it?

    Or maybe it's better to continue in your other thread..
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    I can do that, wasn't sure if I should or not. See you at the other thread.
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