DVD supported formats?

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06-12-2012 07:22 AM
Dianne

older dvd’s just play the vov format
divx players can read vob, divx, avi and mp3 format

what i’d like to know is where to find a player that plays mp4?

anyone?? reply

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07-24-2012 01:12 AM
Achraf

Pros: Small; NTFS for USB hard drives (meh); Remote; Wide range of opututs (will go from my HDTV to CRT in kids room to LCD in mini van). Cons: No internal storage (meh); No exFAT (Biggie: no support for <4GB files, most 720p files are ~6GB); No support for x264 MKV (vast majority of rip’d movies); No network. I didn’t even get to play one movie since it wouldn’t play a x264 MKV’s. The menu did come up. I reformatted my flash drive to NTFS (not a good idea) and it did recognize it. Returning it. reply

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07-20-2013 11:22 PM
Locutus

That will only work if you first synchronize the fuji flange with the flux capacitor. reply

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02-25-2014 07:26 PM
jorgenbarnes

In order to burn MP4 to DVD for successfully playing on various DVD players, we had better find a powerful MP4 to DVD Video Converter like iDealshare VideoGo which will automatically convert MP4 to DVD disc or DVD player compatible format. reply

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06-03-2014 05:14 PM
gavinonthego

If in doubt,use a free download program called DeVeDe.It will convert most formats to ISO which will play on any devede player. reply

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07-26-2014 12:17 AM
Madhav Wankhade

Use Freecorder 8 Converter And There Is DVD Conversion Option reply

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07-26-2014 12:22 AM
Madhav Wankhade

DVD Supports .vob, .mpg, .mpeg, .vcd Like Formats
Use Freecorder 8 Video Converter
To Convert Your Videos To DVD Readable Formats
There Is Special Option For DVD Conversion reply

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09-27-2014 07:40 AM
ANIL KULKARNI

I AM HAVING VIDEOCON DMV8403 DVD PLAYER... I WANT TO KNOW WHICH FORMAT OF VIDEO IT WORKS.. I AM DOWNLOADING YOUTUBE VIDEOS AND USING THROUGH PEN DRIVE BUT IT IS NOT WORKING
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10-01-2014 03:07 PM
solid snake drive

lol idk hahahahahahahahahhfalhfp;lauhfdhu reply

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02-22-2015 10:02 PM
john McCormick

There are a ton of high quality DVD players from Philips that play all AVI files. The USB port plays USB sticks AND portable hard drives. All this converting was good years ago. These Philips players cost 30-50 USD. The major movie companies made all the business' that make DVD players remove the ability to play most copy’s. Some companies said fuck you, thank GOD reply

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