Most TV DVD players would only support DVD Video playback, which requires
DVD burning software. Basically, you couldn't burn a data DVD, just a video
DVD, which is a form of MPEG2. DVDs typically hold 4.5GBs or ... hours of
If your TV DVD player supports anything cooler, the owner's manual should
point it out.
You can get DVD-9s (9GB), but they don't work well in some players. You
could certainly try, though.
Speaking for myself only.
for some helpful WMP info.
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"cattyhottail" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> What format of movie DVD will play on a T.V. DVD player? And, How do you
> a movie onto a disk when the DVD is too small for the movie? Are there