I'm building a video dvd for a wedding. I have rendered the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders using an authoring software. I have burned them into a DVD using Windows, but the DVD is unreadable on 3 different dvd players, so I can suppose I have made something wrong.

What else do I need to have a working DVD?

  • What type of DVD disk are you using? Some DVD players work better with DVD+R or DVD-R disks. The specs for the DVD player usually show what types of disks they are compatible with. Jan 10, 2014 at 16:06

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You must use the proper formatting for it to be read by a DVD player that only reads standards compliant disks. Specifically, DVD Video disks use the UDF 1.02 format.

  • Using a proper burning software I fixed the issue, setting the UDF format. Thanks!
    – Terix
    Feb 14, 2014 at 10:16

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