Pioneer 563 owners with a DVD-Burner: Can you try something for me Please??

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  1. Marc Carra

    Marc Carra Supporting Actor

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    I have a Pioneer 656A which plays my DVD-Rs just wonderfully. Most other players won't. There is a reason behind this: Whenever I started burning my home videos to DVDR a year ago, I was using Nero. There are two ways of burning the DVD : DVD/ISO or DVD/VIDEO. I had always used DVD/ISO since this method was the first on the list, and they played fine in my player. Little did I know that the Pioneer player was one of the few players that would play DVDRs formatted in the ISO mode.

    So my question is this:

    Can you burn a DVDR using Nero, in DVD/ISO mode and try it on your Pioneer 563 player? I would have to order the player online and want to confirm that my collection of DVDRs will work. If you don't have Nero, a trial version is available online at www.nero.com

    I can even paypal you the 1 or 2 bucks the DVDR may cost you to burn. I would really really appreciate the favor, if any one run this little test for me!

    Marc.
     
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    I've just finished checking it on my player. It works under ISO.
     
  3. Brajesh Upadhyay

    Brajesh Upadhyay Supporting Actor

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    Marc, I've burned many DVD-Rs using my Pioneer 105 DVD burner & they've all played fine on my Pioneer 563.

    I used DVDDecrypter in ISO mode & Nero 5.5 to burn my DVD-Rs.
     
  4. Marc Carra

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    Thanks a bunch , guys! I need to get a second player and since the 656 is pretty much gone, I wanted to be sure about the DVDR thing. You've been a great help.

    Marc.
     

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