burning mp3 DVD-rw

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  1. steve k

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    Can you help trying to burn a mp3 music DVD to play in Sony DVP-NS355 using nero.
    This player is supposed to play DVD-RW/+rw DVD-r/DVD+r ave tried burning an MP3 DVD using nero onto a DVD-R and a DVD+rw but the player says cannot open disc is there somthink that i am doing wrong, tried to find in depth instructions on nereo site on how to burn a MP3 DVD but the instructions are not very good. :confused:

    With nero 6 u are supposed to be able to burn a Digital Audo DVD and a MP3 DVD :confused:

    Can anyone point me in the right direction wanted to try this to see if the Sony DVD is working properly or if it needs to be returnd.

    Thanks :clap:
     
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    I think only certain DVD players can handle DVD-AUDIO and MP3-DVD's

    mine can't so I used Audio DVD creator

    http://www.audio-dvd-creator.com/

    to do it. It creates a normal movie dvd from most music sources which will play in any dvd player

    steve
     
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    What i ment to say was Nero is supposed to burn MP3 DVD's onto DVD-RW/DVD+RW DVD-R/DVD+R
    but have tried to burn onto DVD+RW and DVD-R and the sony supossed to read it but it says cant read disc when i put it in the DVD player

    Am not trying to burn DVD audio just normal MP3 DVD
     
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    Does it definitly say it can play back MP3's off of DVD's... the specs seem to imply that it can only do it of off CD-R/RW.

    If it can you may want to play with the MP3 filenames/ structure

    have fun
    steve
     
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    I thought Nero could burn Mp3 DVDs to play on any DVDplayer
     
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    Nero can burn a DVD Mp3 but most players can't read them. My Kiss 1000 plays them with no problem, but my Yelo 800 and Panasonic E55 can't; they can only manage CD Mp3s
     
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    Thanks 4 that CeeGee thats why my DVD player wont play the DVD mp3's but it does not tell you that in the nero manual
     
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    Your Sony manual tells you what discs it can handle - (Page 6). Full details of both DVDs and CDs. Nero can't be expected to know which machines will play a disc.
     

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