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Old 14th February 2020, 00:37   #1  |  Link
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Probably a dumb question.

If I create a small video in DVD format, inside a VIDEO_TS structure and - assuming it would fit - burn it to a CD (CR-R / CD-RW) disc, and play it on a DVD player?

Would this work at all? Would it work on SOME DVD players? Would it work in PowerDVD or the like?

I'm aware that I could convert it to SVCD or etc., but I am specifically asking about having it in DVD structure format.

I know I could just try it, but I'm sure someone has tried this before, so I just thought I'd ask.
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Old 14th February 2020, 09:08   #3  |  Link
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^^^ agree.

Nevertheless:
See for example para 5.7 here:
http://www.dvddemystified.com/dvdfaq.html#4.2
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If I create a small video in DVD format, inside a VIDEO_TS structure and - assuming it would fit - burn it to a CD (CR-R / CD-RW) disc, and play it on a DVD player?
Would this work at all? Would it work on SOME DVD players? Would it work in PowerDVD or the like?
Well, it depends on the (so-called) "device".
I had an LG DVD-player and it accepted CDVDs without a complaint.
I had a Pentium-4 with Windows XP and also no problems with VIDEO_TS folders recorded on compact discs.

OTOH, the DirectShow DVD-navigator that ships with Windows 7 was designed to reject CDVDs...
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