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DVD Overview
TABLE 44 Cont Examples of Compatibility Problems
Problem A DVD player cannot play a Video CD or a Super VCD Incompatibility Physical Explanation
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If the disc is recorded on CD-R media, the player may not be able to physically read it Even if the player can read the disc, the manufacturer may have chosen not to add firmware and circuitry needed to play other video formats Although the computer can read the data, it does not know how to execute the application or interpret the proprietary file formats Most movies are encrypted with CSS This prevents direct copying of files without an authentication process between the decoder and the drive If the computer does not have a software player and decoder that implements CSS, it is not able to decrypt and play the files Bugs may be present in the computer driver or player software that prevent proper playback, or the data may have been incorrectly formatted on the disc A DVD-Audio only player cannot play movies It was not designed to read the DVD-Video files The disc may have been authored or encoded in a way that is not compliant with the DVD specification, or the information on the disc may be compliant with the specification but not handled properly by the player continues
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TABLE 44 Cont Examples of Compatibility Problems
PROBLEM A DVD player cannot read a disc recorded in a computer INCOMPATIBILITY Physical EXPLANATION
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File system
The disc may be a type that is not physically readable in the computer drive DVD players use the UDF file system to find and read the files containing audio and video The computer may not have used UDF DVD players also expect the files to be physically contiguous The computer may not have ordered the video files in contigous order from the beginning of the disc The data may be recorded as a set of MPEG-2 files or MP3 files, which the player is not designed to recognize and process The disc may be a type that is not physically readable in the computer drive, such as DVD-RAM or DVD+RW The second computer may not recognize the file system used by the first For example, newer versions of Windows natively use FAT32, which many other operating systems cannot read The second computer may not have the software needed to play the disc Bugs may be present in the drivers or formatting software of the first or second computer
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File System Compatibility
File system compatibility is generally not a problem The file system determines how the data is organized and accessed UDF and ISO 9660 are the
DVD Overview
two common file systems on DVD; in fact, most discs contain both Because DVDs are simply storage media, other file systems such as Microsoft FAT, NTFS, Macintosh HFS, UNIX, and so on can be used to write data files to the disc Compatibility problems generally occur only with these specialized file systems, such as when a disc formatted with Windows FAT32 is placed in the drive of a Mac
Application Compatibility
Application compatibility is the most confusing area It is not always clear why a disc does not work in a specific player because it may not be obvious which application formats the player supports For example, a DVD-Video player can read the data and UDF files on a DVD-Audio disc, but if it is not built to read and process data from the DVD-Audio files in the AUDIO_TS directory, it will not play the audio Both the player and the disc say DVD on them, but it may not be clear why they do not work together The proliferation of DVD Forum application formats such as DVD-VR and DVD-AR, along with other custom formats for computers and game consoles, places a burden on the consumer to understand which discs use which application formats and which players can play them
Implementation Compatibility
Implementation compatibility has to do with flaws or omissions in players (including computers and any other device that can play DVDs) Some players are poorly designed, whereas others behave in unexpected ways with unanticipated content Each player implements the DVD specification in a slightly different way, complicated by the fact that the specification is ambiguous and confusing The result is that discs may play differently or not play at all in different players Implementation errors also can occur on the other side as well That is, a bug might exist in the encoder or in the system used to author the disc, or the person who authored the disc may have done something that is not allowed by the DVD specification and thus does not work on some or all players Implementation problems are discussed in more detail under Playback Incompatibilities in 7
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