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    Well, at least you can reuse them


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    By all means burn that downloaded movie to a disk - it will not work as such. So do not say that we did not tell you so.


    But I still question the reluctance to give the info that has been requested. So I will try another even more fundamental approach. Take a photo of the front and back of the case holding this 'audio-book'. Upload the photos as attachments to a reply here.


    You must understand that without even the basic info how do you expect help ?
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    Originally Posted by redrose View Post
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    Back in reply #12 I set out the process in getting 'movies' to play in your players from a dvd-disk.


    But you do not have a 'movie' do you ? So we must concentrate on a method to get your audio-book playable. So post that mediainfo report as Scott mentioned. we can take it from there then.
    Okay. Either my son felt sorry for me or got tired of listening to me moan and groan, he bought the audio book for me. Thank you son! And today all the discs I ordered arrived. I uninstalled flick, sorry flick. And downloaded imgburn. So I will download a movie <Snip> that I was going to order and try to burn it. I will get back to you helpful lads after I burn it. fingers crossed.
    Since VideoHelp members are not allowed to post the names of websites that offer warez, I edited your post.

    Glad to see that your son bought you the commercial release of the audiobook. If the audiobook that you were trying to burn to disc was also a free download it may not have been a file format that a DVD player or CD player could play.
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    ^^Well not sure about you but I am still confused.


    Maybe a need some yes or no's


    1. Did the audio-book referred to in your initial post play anywhere before your attempt to burnt it to the CD-R
    2. Does the audio-book that your son has now bought for you play in your player(s)
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    Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    ^^Well not sure about you but I am still confused.


    Maybe a need some yes or no's


    1. Did the audio-book referred to in your initial post play anywhere before your attempt to burnt it to the CD-R
    2. Does the audio-book that your son has now bought for you play in your player(s)
    Sorry for the late reply. I became frustrated and had to walk away. Here are the pics of the audio book my son bought me. Gosh, it was expensive. I had a problem getting the 2 pictures into the computer. For some unknown reason 3,500 pictures came into my phone. And there was another frustration. Sigh. The audio books do play on my TV. So I'm looking at the 50 CD disks I have. And was thinking. If I could down load some audio books and transfer them to the CD's I could put them in the reading room where I Volunteer, for the semi blind/blind due to diabetes. How does that sound?

    Okay, I see the 'Upload Image', but when I click on it, it is a black square with white going in a circle. Is it broken? I think maybe I got the first pic up. Maybe. So frustrating this stuff is. I don't know how you guys do it.

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    and here is the second picture. Now that I finally got them into my computer, I am putting them up.


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    Oh dear. Sorry. Upside down. I don't know how that happened. It is right side up in my computer.
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    Originally Posted by usually_quiet View Post
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    Back in reply #12 I set out the process in getting 'movies' to play in your players from a dvd-disk.


    But you do not have a 'movie' do you ? So we must concentrate on a method to get your audio-book playable. So post that mediainfo report as Scott mentioned. we can take it from there then.
    Okay. Either my son felt sorry for me or got tired of listening to me moan and groan, he bought the audio book for me. Thank you son! And today all the discs I ordered arrived. I uninstalled flick, sorry flick. And downloaded imgburn. So I will download a movie <Snip> that I was going to order and try to burn it. I will get back to you helpful lads after I burn it. fingers crossed.
    Since VideoHelp members are not allowed to post the names of websites that offer warez, I edited your post.

    Glad to see that your son bought you the commercial release of the audiobook. If the audiobook that you were trying to burn to disc was also a free download it may not have been a file format that a DVD player or CD player could play.
    It was a free trial download. So is that why it doesn't play. If so thank you for the information. Would I have to go to a paid site, would that work?
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    Originally Posted by usually_quiet View Post
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    Back in reply #12 I set out the process in getting 'movies' to play in your players from a dvd-disk.


    But you do not have a 'movie' do you ? So we must concentrate on a method to get your audio-book playable. So post that mediainfo report as Scott mentioned. we can take it from there then.
    Okay. Either my son felt sorry for me or got tired of listening to me moan and groan, he bought the audio book for me. Thank you son! And today all the discs I ordered arrived. I uninstalled flick, sorry flick. And downloaded imgburn. So I will download a movie <Snip> that I was going to order and try to burn it. I will get back to you helpful lads after I burn it. fingers crossed.
    Since VideoHelp members are not allowed to post the names of websites that offer warez, I edited your post.

    Glad to see that your son bought you the commercial release of the audiobook. If the audiobook that you were trying to burn to disc was also a free download it may not have been a file format that a DVD player or CD player could play.
    Oh sorry, Thank you for editing. I did look up warez, now I understand.
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    Originally Posted by redrose View Post
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    Glad to see that your son bought you the commercial release of the audiobook. If the audiobook that you were trying to burn to disc was also a free download it may not have been a file format that a DVD player or CD player could play.
    It was a free trial download. So is that why it doesn't play. If so thank you for the information. Would I have to go to a paid site, would that work?
    If your purchased audiobook was on a CD disc then it was made to be playable with an audio CD player. Your TV's DVD player can also play audio CDs like a CD player.

    Free or paid audiobook download files are often not designed to be playable with a CD player since those who play them often choose to use a computer. Computers can play more kinds of audio files than a CD player or a DVD player can play.
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    Legally, you would not be allowed to take the contents from the disks, burn the contents to other CD-Rs and share them even in the envoirment you mention.


    Whether you still do it, you do it at your own risk and are on your own - or what you can glean from other sources.


    Now had you not mentioned the potential sharing ............
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    Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    Legally, you would not be allowed to take the contents from the disks, burn the contents to other CD-Rs and share them even in the envoirment you mention.


    Whether you still do it, you do it at your own risk and are on your own - or what you can glean from other sources.


    Now had you not mentioned the potential sharing ............
    Oh, okay, thanks. Well that puts that idea down the toilet. I will have to think of something else to do with the CD's.
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    Originally Posted by usually_quiet View Post
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    Glad to see that your son bought you the commercial release of the audiobook. If the audiobook that you were trying to burn to disc was also a free download it may not have been a file format that a DVD player or CD player could play.
    It was a free trial download. So is that why it doesn't play. If so thank you for the information. Would I have to go to a paid site, would that work?
    If your purchased audiobook was on a CD disc then it was made to be playable with an audio CD player. Your TV's DVD player can also play audio CDs like a CD player.

    Free or paid audiobook download files are often not designed to be playable with a CD player since those who play them often choose to use a computer. Computers can play more kinds of audio files than a CD player or a DVD player can play.
    Oh. Unfortunately I like to sit in the easy chair and work and listen while I work, not at the computer. Seems nothing in life is easy.
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