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How to Play DVD on TV

DVD has been the standard medium for storing movies and other media nowadays. And DVD players have been getting cheaper and cheaper in recent years. If you want to enjoy your favorite DVD movies on your TV big screen, you can easily do so by connecting the DVD player to your TV in just a few minutes. Here we will show you how to connect your DVD player to your TV so that you can play DVD on TV and enjoy them with family and friends.

Before we start, if your DVD movies are homemade , please make sure they are playable, as some DVD burners burn data DVDs that aren't supported by some DVD players. To make DVDs that can be played on any standard DVD player, you can use Aimersoft DVD Creator.

Instructions on how to play DVD on TV

Please make sure the DVD region of the DVD disc and that of the DVD player are matched. Otherwise, the disc cannot be played and you need to remove the DVD region first.

1. Connect the DVD player's video and audio outputs to the inputs of the television (on the back) with the RCA video cables. Usually, standard DVD players use the white, yellow and red RCA cables. Just make sure the colors are matched! After the right connection, turn on both the DVD player and the TV if they haven't been turned on yet.

2. Use the television remote control to switch to the proper video channel until you see the DVD player's menu on the TV screen.

3. Now insert the DVD you want to play to the DVD player's disc tray and close the tray. The DVD player may take several seconds to load the files. After that the main menu of the DVD will appear on the TV.

4. Now just press "Enter" or "Play" on the remote control of the DVD player to start playing. You can choose the scene where you'd like to begin viewing. Now you can just sit down and watch the DVD movies on TV.

Well, that's the easy way to connect DVD player to TV and watch DVD on TV. What if you have some video files and want to play them on TV? What you need to do is to burn the videos to DVD diss and then follow the instructions on how to play DVD on TV.

Burn DVD for playing on TV

To burn videos to playback on DVD players and TV, you can't miss Aimersoft DVD Maker. It's an intuitive DVD burning software to help users burn almost all regular videos to DVD. Supported video formats include: MP4, AVI, WMV, MKV, MOV, MPG, FLV, ASF, AVCHD, MTS, ASF, etc. Besides, you can add photos to make an eye-catching photo DVD slideshow. Lots of free and exquisite DVD menu templates are offered for your preference. Just get it and convert home videos to DVD for playing on DVD players and TV with ease! Mac users can get Aimersoft Best DVD Creator for Mac to burn videos to DVD on Mac OS X (Mountain Lion included).

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