Did you remember to set the output of your HR10-250 to 480i before starting the DVD burn?
Yes I did. And it worked fine for non-HBO shows. And it was not an HBO-HD program. Just a SD show off the SD HBO channel. (501).bpratt said:Did you remember to set the output of your HR10-250 to 480i before starting the DVD burn?
That's your problem right there.Guy Qui said:I have a Sony DVD burner
To be fair, this isn't an intentional design feature. Many early model DVD players cannot play recordable DVD's. The reason is simple... the disc is invisible to the red laser the player uses. RW discs can sometimes be read, but the reflectivity is lower than a pressed disc; Sony players will think the disc is dual layer and then fail after not finding the second layer. (There's a diagnostic calibration screen where you can change the laser power levels so it will read RW's, but then it won't read anything else -- until the original values are restored.) However, that red laser can read CD-RW's better than pressed discs.phox_mulder said:My first DVD player, a Sony, won't even play DVD-R's or RW's, only original discs.