Steve Grisetti wrote on 3/26/2020, 7:06 AM

Are the files on your DVD .vob files? Most DVDs players can't play MP4s or other video formats.

What steps did you take to create your disc?

Ralph2825 wrote on 3/26/2020, 9:28 PM

Thanks for taking an interest in my question.I first tried to just use the make a DVD option and had success the first time however after reviewing the DVD on my Playstation I went back and edited my video. I then rendered it again and discovered it is un readable on PS.

EricLNZ wrote on 3/26/2020, 10:23 PM

@Ralph2825 Instead of taking poor quality photos with your phone try using the Windows Snipping Tool to capture images from your screen.

Open your DVD in Windows Explorer and give us a screen grab of the folders. Then assuming there's a VIDEO_TS folder , open that and give us a screen grab of its contents.

Steve Grisetti wrote on 3/27/2020, 7:34 AM

I agree with Eric. These sure don't look like DVD files. And it's also quite possible you burned to them a data disc rather than a playable disc.

What happens if you use the Make Movie tool to create a DVD without menus. (The best tool for creating and burning playable DVDs is DVD Architect, which comes bundled free with Movie Studio Platinum.)