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Updating bdp s300
i'll search for documentation on Img Burn and get a little more familiar with that. At just over the two year mark since the first Blu-ray players hit the streets, Sony releases its third-generation player, one that some would argue isn't even a fully featured unit.do the newer blu ray players have media compatibility problems?
after the update, tron played without any problems.
i've not watched any of my ripped dvd's in some time (dvd's not blu ray discs) and was playing around with that tonight and player all of a sudden reads "cannot play disc".
On occasion, I've also done ISO compares and sometimes it will show mis-compares on a successfully verified disc, and sometimes a disc that failed verification may pass the ISO compare. What I'm getting at is yes, the firmware update perhaps affected the ability of the Sony to recognize burned DVDs. After all, *some* of your discs are still getting recognized.
Newer burns failing on known good discs raise suspicions that the problem is with the old burner.
now, the wedding dvd and the most recent ripped dvd reads "cannot play disc".
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if i put in a non ripped dvd or an older rip using a batch of taiyo yuden discs, there's no problem and the movies play fine.i've not tried a lens cleaner, though i've seen that suggestion somewhere else. burner is quite old (Lite On SOHW832) but has the most up to date firmware (VSOM) which i've confirmed.based on some other reading, i used a program to back up my burner's firmware, then view the write tables and it clearly shows the ritek and TY discs as being supported. i'll keep poking, starting with getting familiar with using Img Burn. Does it break the encryption AND compress or do i still use dvd shrink, then use Img Burn instead of Nero to burn the dvd? They cause the disc to warp, and furthermore, it's variable, dependent on temperature and humidity. You can do a search for "sticky labels" and read some long threads on the subject. Do you have another burner with which you can burn some test discs? And you haven't said if you use verification and/or ISO compare on your burned discs.is there any chance a firmware update would actually remove compatibility with some media, media that had worked previously?surely the answer is no but i can't think of anything else that has changed. i know this blu ray player is quite old and would consider a new one but the problem is i don't need a new one. i just can't figure out why it wouldn't play these ripped dvd's that played on it fine previously.if it's just the player, how can i ensure that if/when i buy a new blu ray player, that the burned dvd's will work on it? please let me know if you guys have any ideas or if i'm just stuck. First things first: 1) You haven't told us your burning procedure. For good measure, use the ISO compare function as well to be fairly certain your burns are good. [EDIT] One more thing, and it's so basic it can get overlooked. If that's what you're doing, there's the answer right there. i am a creature of habit and have used the same burning sw procedure since i first started burning dvd's 5 years ago.I'm not at all convinced your burns are as good as you seem to think. Just because one player is okay with a disc doesn't necessarily mean it's going to play in another set-top player. 6) If none of the above resolve the problem, then maybe the BDP-S300 is indeed dying. i use dvd shrink and burn directly to Nero from shrink.So to watch it at its native resolution, we had to stop the movie to change the frame rate to the native 30.As you can see, other than the fact that we can't change the resolution on the fly anymore -- or simply choose to pass on the native resolution of the content -- we really don't have anything substantially bad to say about the BDP-S350.i checked it with several ripped dvd's and it seems to be only with a batch of ridata discs that i have had for some time.now, i know these worked previously as i have created a dvd with these discs of our wedding and had ripped something as recent as 6 months ago with these discs which i had watched.