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Originally Posted by jasta /forum/post/16893647
I recorded a DVD-RAM, first time, on my Pan.EH75V, but it won't play back on an external, computer, DVD writer, LiteOn-EZ-DUB-eZAU120-096. This writer is supposed to work with DVD-RAM. What is wrong?
Originally Posted by jasta /forum/post/17098157
Thanks for the replies. Does anyone know of a simple, maybe, free program, that would allow me to split a wmv video into 2 or 3 parts? With this Panasonic DVD recorder, I can create chapters, then delete the chapters or segments that I don't want, very easily. I need something like this for my Vista computer.
Originally Posted by kelson /forum/post/16907729
ram disks for video are formatted as udf 2 and are recorded in -vr mode. Win xp sp-2 and above will allow you to mount the ram in a ram-compatible drive and read/transfer the files on the disk. to play them in media player or any player requires the proper codec to be installed.
Originally Posted by jjeff /forum/post/17097490
i just tried playing a ram disc on my new vista computer and while i can see the files just fine (this must mean my dvd drive is ram capable?) i cannot play it. It says "windows cannot open this file" file _movie.vro
windows offers to search the web but imo it just comes back with gibberish
i'd guess kelson is correct, probably something do with a missing "codec" (whatever the heck a codec is)
Originally Posted by westly-c /forum/post/16897796
also, what media player is installed on the pc? Mine came with windows media player and media center, neither of which will display ram disc content, or even acknowledge that there's a disc in the drive. all ram discs on my pc are playable thru intervideo windvd however.
i don't have real player installed..if you do, try that. there's one media player that gets raves reviews and it's called vlc player. it's said to handle any format, so you may want to check that one out as well.
Originally Posted by jasta /forum/post/17188429
My Vista computer will still not recognize a ram disc in this external LiteOn drive. The Drive is supposed to include ram. Could the problem be that the ram discs were recorded on my Panasonic DVD recorders? I want to transfer the video files from the Pan. to my computer, but I can't see any files to transfer.