TV Media Clips of Little Rock guarantees that DVD's will play in customer's set top player or computer drive as long as the customer's system meets or exceeds the necessary requirements for playback. We do not provide technical support or troubleshooting for materials provided.
Set Top Players
Unless otherwise requested, DVD projects are burned to DVD-R media. Extensive testing shows that DVD-R media will play back properly in about 85% of home DVD players sold after June of 2001. DVD players using older technology may not reflect the recent standardization that has taken place in the DVD industry.
Computers with a DVD player
Most current DVD Player software programs have the following minimum requirements. It is suggested that your computer system meet or exceed the following requirements in order to attain the best DVD viewing experience on your personal computer:
- A DVD-ROM drive
- (DVD discs can't be read by CD-ROM drives)
- A 400 MHz or faster CPU
- Min. 256 MB of RAM
- video card with at least 4MB of VRAM
- Properly installed video and audio drivers
- The latest software updates installed
Most Desktop PC's 2002 and newer will play media from the web fine. Make sure you have some type of flash player loaded to be able to play the media. Downloads will not be a problem as long as you have user rights on your machine to download a file.
Laptop computers after 2005 will play a E-Clip fine. Flash player will be required to play media from the web. Regardless of the age of your machine, downloading an E-Clip will not be a problem. Download speed will depend on your Internet Service Provider.