Nala D July 23, 2013 Facebook Twitter Pinterest MobileAppPage Stumbleupon Whatsapp Email I am a heavy Format Factory user. Also a diagnostic utility like gspot or avicodec can give you information about the file you download (container, video codec fourcc, audio codec tag number, bitrate, resolution, etc.) 11-08-2007 12:34 AManonymous1,580 You may be able to convert your existing MP4 files to a compatible .mp4 format using a programs such as the free video converter program from Freemake (http://www.freemake.com/) or Handbrake (http://handbrake.fr/). You can buy a commercial DVD decoder that can handle copy protection from Fluendo. https://www.moviecodec.com/video-codecs/dvd-player-will-not-play-mp4s-65789/
Also, make sure you have a drive that can read Blu-ray discs. Report Inappropriate Content Reply 0 Kudos gtgualberto Rookie Posts: 1 Registered: 03-26-2013 Message 4 of 17 (77,149 Views) Re: Sony DVP-SR760HP DVD Player not playing MP4 or AVI videos Options Mark Not so with hardware devices (standalone DVD players, portable ones, etc.) That's why they have DivX certification levels, based on levels and profiles. My Dvd player plays DivX, but not Xvid.
It is often possible to change the region used by your DVD player, but it can only be done a few times before it locks into one region permanently. Installing the right codecs for DVD playback In order to play DVDs, you need to have the right codecs installed. you can download it from 'http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/' hope this is any help to u :) ] matty 12-26-2007 03:58 PMmatthew smith Feedback Use the Ashampoo Movie Shrink & Burn 2. Dalsan M July 24, 2013 at 2:44 am Each video seems to be avi, but the audio and video settings are different in each.
If you are using a Mac you can download a third-party plug-in for QuickTime. MPEG4 is often supported in DVD players in one way or another (since it is often incorporated into other standards, such as XviD, QuickTime and BlueRay, it's not a simple "supported There are many others available as well. check my site Found the instructions unclear?
Some of Latest Movie Download which have some problem to run on Branded DVD Player. Or the max for any file is 720? Since I don't use Format Factory, I can't advise you on the exact settings, but try converting a video to MPEG4 directly (not encapsulated in anything) and see if that works. The Video_TS contains all the information your DVD needs for playback, whereas, the Audio_TS file is usually empty but should to be included for audio and voice synch compatibility with some
Tips: You can also select your DVD player specified video format as output profile. (Look into your DVD player manual, it'll tell you what video formats are supported.) Step 3 Convert http://www.idealshare.net/video-converter/avi-dvd-player-solution.html I have a 1gb .avi video that I'd like to be able to play on a DVD Player or an Xbox. Report Inappropriate Content Reply 0 Kudos BrianP Expert Posts: 766 Registered: 05-23-2013 Message 8 of 17 (75,041 Views) Re: Sony DVP-SR760HP DVD Player not playing MP4 or AVI videos Options Mark Software like QuickTime, iTunes, RealPlayer and Zune Marketplace support MP4 files without any additional codec downloads.
Actually, if you don't mind installing VLC, it might be worth trying to play the disc using VLC first before installing a codec pack because VLC can play many formats without http://mffonline.com/dvd-player/dvd-player.php I don’t really understand all those numbers and stuff. Is there a codec that is commonly used in almost all DVD players? Sorry.
So that means my DVD player can READ the AVI container format, right? make-use-of-logo logo-background menu search search-start close email bookmark facebook google twitter pinterest stumbleupon whatsapp amazon youtube youtube label-rectangle triangle-long down mobile-icon PC & Mobile Windows Mac Linux Android iPhone and iPad you can not update it yourself. useful reference Then you will never worry about the following troubleshooting in playing AVI on DVD players: I have an Xvid.avi file downloaded from video sharing website which I want to play in
or when you converted dvd you used settings that your dvd player do not understand? One-of-a-Kind Greeting Card Design Tips Feel your correspondence creativity is drooping a bit? MP4 MP4 is a format that is commonly used for video files on iPod and PSP and is based on QuickTimes MOV container.
Additionally, most DV camcorder use a compressed AVI file called DV-AVI.
Like DivX, Xvid is a video codec usually in an AVI container. How to Play AVI on DVD Player? I have an AVI file w/ resolution (724x432). This prevents you from copying DVDs, but it also prevents you from playing them unless you have extra software to handle the copy protection.
If you already have DVD player software installed its likely that your software will automatically assign your VOB files, and sometimes IFO files, as MPEG-2 and youll never know the difference. However, Xvid isnt as common or popular as DivX and is compatible with fewer media players. As for Blu-ray drives and discs, if Windows Media Player is not able to play the disc even with the codecs installed, you may have to try install something like VLC from http://mffonline.com/dvd-player/best-pc-dvd-player.php which format shud i select to convert the avi file so tat it reads from the usb???
Why some of my AVI files play on DVD player, while others cannot?". I thak for any kind of information that could prevent me from opening the DVD player. 02-26-2012 05:22 PMHackPadawan Feedback throw those dvd players in trash can..or convert the video files I didn't convert these from myself; I copied them from a friend. Hopefully, you read this before thinking it's some problem with Windows or with your DVD drive, etc as I have seen some people re-install Windows or get a new DVD drive
Windows Media Player, by default, cannot play Blu-ray discs like it can DVDs, so you have to install the correct codecs to get them to play in Windows Media Player. The DVD player read an AVI file before that was around 1GB, so I think size limitation is not really a biggie.