The Burned DVD Won't Play in DVD Player? Solved.
Are you troubled by the reason why burned DVD won't play in DVD player, but can play very well on the computer? I know the reason exactly, cause I come across many people who have the same problem. The reason is the DVD burning software you use didn't burn a DVD in the right video DVD format. You might burn your videos to a data DVD. Almost all DVD players can't recognize data DVDs, but just video DVDs. Also, there are lots of different video DVD formats, such as DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-R DL, DVD+R DL, etc. Different DVD players has their own DVD format specs. Probably, your DVD player can't play DVD because of incompatibility.
To fix this problem, you need to try another DVD burning software. Here, I strongly recommend Wondershare DVD Creator, as this powerful program supports any popular recordable DVD disc formats, including DVD-5 and DVD-9 (DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL, DVD-RAM). Just insert a blank DVD disc that your DVD player supports, and then use this easy-to-use DVD burning tool to burn it quickly. The whole process is just four simple steps.
Part 1. Steps of Burning Videos to DVD Without Playing Trouble
If you can't play your burned DVD in DVD Player because of the format trouble, Wondershare DVD Creator can help you to burn videos to DVD in any format including DVD-5 and DVD-9. What's more, it provides more functions to edit video, customize DVD menu, make photo slideshow, and others to make your DVD more attractive.
Wondershare DVD Creator
- · Burn videos or photos to DVD/Blu-ray Disc/ISO File/DVD Folder/Data Disc without playing trouble.
- · Additional functions such as Photo Slideshow Maker, Video Editor, DVD to Video, ISO to DVD, One-click to burn DVD, and others.
- · Customize DVD menu with unique features like title, music, image, thumbnail, chapter, etc.
- · Offer 100+ free static and dynamic menu templates from Standard, Movie to Family life theme.
- · Built-in editor to personalize videos by Trim, Crop, Add subtitles, Apply effects, etc.
- · Convert videos or photos to DVD with super fast speed and high-quality output.
- · Supported OS: Mac OS 10.14 (Mojave), 10.13 (High Sierra), 10.12, 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6, Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista.
Watch Video Tutorial to Learn How to Burn Video to DVD and Play without Any Trouble
Steps on how to burn videos to DVD without playing trouble:
Step 1 Launch Wondershare DVD Creator on Windows/Mac
Download, install and open Wondershare DVD Creator on your PC. Choose Create a DVD Video Disc option from the initial interface.
Step 2 Add and Edit Videos
Click the + icon at the center of the interface to open a file explorer window and add files present on your PC. You can also drag the files and drop to the interface. All loaded videos will appear on the left column as thumbnails.
If you want to make adjustment on your videos, click the pencil-like icon on the thumbnail to open the Video Editor window. From where you can trim, crop, add subtitles or watermarks to the loaded videos as you wish. You can also select the video, then right-click and choose the Edit option, and click OK to confirm the changes.
Step 3 Select A DVD Menu Template and Customize it.
Move to the Menu tab and choose a DVD menu template design from the right column. Scroll the bar up and down to check the designs and double-click to apply the most appropriate one. For selecting aspect ratio, adding background image or music, adding chapters, and other customization, icons are present at the top of the interface.
Step 4 Preview and Burn Videos to DVD Without Trouble
Click the Preview tab to preview the created DVD. Back to make changes if anything you're not satisfied. Move ahead by clicking the Burn tab and a new window will open. Check the Burn to disc option, enter Disc label, and select other options with respect to TV standard, folder path, and others. You can choose DVD (4.7G) or DVD (8.5G) and Fit to Disc/Standard/High Quality options as your needs from the right-bottom corner. Finally, hit the Burn button to start burning your videos to DVD.
Part 2. Other Tips for DVD Won't Play in DVD Player
A burned DVD can't play in DVD player may caused by other reasons. Here is a checklist that can help you figure out why it's not working so that you can fix the disc and prevent the problem in the future. If these tips can't solve it or you're sure it caused by DVD format, you may try to re-burn your video to DVD by Wondershare DVD Creator as mentioned above.
Tips help to solve DVD playing trouble:
Tip 1: Check your DVD if it's damaged or scratched. Scratches and dust can prevent DVD playback. Clean your disc and try to play it again. If it's still not working, you should find a toolkit to fit your data back.
Tip 2: Make sure that your DVD Player has no trouble with it. Try to play another DVD via your DVD player to see whether it works normally. If it can't play any DVD, you need to repair it or buy a new one.
Tip 3: Play DVD in a wrong format. The commercial DVD plays in America can't play in other place in the world as the different playback standard. Using Wondershare DVD Creator to transfer one format to another.
Tip 4: Extended length discs that the drive cannot reach. If you create your DVD with too much content which has beyond the length of the disc provided or larger than its capacity.
Check your DVD and DVD player from some easy to ignore mistake such as poor connection, Disc loaded upside-down, and more. Use Wondershare DVD Creator to burn your videos to DVD to solve your format problem and play your DVD normally and smoothly.