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Imported videos onto computer, burnt DVD, will not read on Panasonic DVDS player, does it need finalising if so how.?

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Depends how old or what model your DVD player is ? When I burn DVD's with my video editing software on my computer,some disks will not play on certain older DVD players, has something to do with video codes that the DVD player has to read? My experience is that my older DVD players will not play burnt DVD's from my computer, but will play in newer DVD players ?

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