Archiving of MCE recoded Tv onto DVD

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  1. sapper

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    I have MCE on my media box and very happy with it.

    However I burnt a DVD withsoem programs that Ihave archived, and whilst I can watch the recorded programs on the DVD using either medai player or MCE directly,I am unable to play the DVD onto a standalone DVD Player:(

    I cannot even edit the MCE format TV recording using MS film edit or what ever.

    Is there away around this problem? Is it a software problem or the TV tuner problem? Or is it an MCE fix on the possible copy right issues?

    Any help would be appreciated

    Adrian

    PS sorry if i am repeating a thread but having doen a search Icould not see one.
     
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  3. sapper

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    Thank you Lisa...

    So one advnatage of MCE is removed by by another.. namely recording TV (excellent esp with the EPG etc) but unable to burn a DVD recognised by a standalone DVD Player.

    Windows media palyer on my dell XP Prof Lap top is able to play these files, but not the DVD software.

    Again, thank you Lisa
     
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    There is an add to MCE included in the Multimedia features pack, which enables MCE to write DVDs that can be used in normal DVD players.

    The file goes by the name of sonicencoders.msi and searching on www.thegreenbutton.com or www.xpmce.com should bring up some more answers

    Simon
     
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    So far peeps very useful.

    Will read and investigate..

    Again this forum has prved trupms (hopefully)

    Adrian
     
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