Without going into technical mumbo itís this simple
DVD DISKS CAN ONLY PLAY IN DVD PLAYERS.. forget the mp3 side of things
Now if someone want semi technical bits read on
1: you will never ever, never ever, ever be able to play any kind of mp3 on a standard audio cd playerÖhome stereo, boombox, car stereo.
2: the same goes for mp3ís on a dvd disk (dvd disks can only play in dvd players and pc player/ recorders that are dvd compatible)
3: you can however play mp3ís recorded on standard 700mb disks in any mp3 compatible player. Itís good practice to record these disks at lower speeds to insure they will play on most any mp3 compatible player. The same rule applies to .wav files to 700 mb cdís
4: this is where the rudeness of some people and the confusion of others come into play
some home dvd players canít read the mp3 format. You have to have a home dvd player that can play mp3ís. even some home stereo cd players can play mp3ís but I havenít seen one that can play a dvd disk with mp3ís though Iím sure they are out there. It has nothing to do with the laser optic. Its all in the digital to audio (d/a) converter microprocessor and a few other chips.
the box or owners manual should say loud and clear if your equipment can play mp3ís much less mp3ís on a dvd disk
MP3íS ARE NOT AUDIO FILES, therefore you can copy mp3ís on to dvd disks using any software that can record onto a dvd disk, you record in ISO not video.
Though this and other computer related things may seam like common sense there are many people new to the game and you shouldnít insult them. If you want to play hardball or smart ass I can suggest you to some forums that would blow your mind, make you put YOUR computer in a box and reduce you to drawing pictures in the sand.
I think thatís itÖ.By the way has anybody noticed how convenient your pc cd drive when open can hold your cup of coffee or a snow cone.
YOU ARE ALL STUPID !!
If you have an INDASH DVD/CD Player with MP3 Capability in your car why can’t you play a DVD disk with MP3’s ?
I THINK THATS WHAT He is asking !
Everyone KNOWS a CD PLAYER cannot play DVD’s
GET A LIFE LOSERS
you silly cunts you cannot play a dvd in a cd player -stop asking
waves hand* “you dont wanna try to play a dvd in a cd player”
“oh i dont wanna try to play a dvd in a cd player”
“you want to go home and rethink your life”
“i wanna go home and rethink my life"
u geeks dont have a clue, u have been messagin for a period of months cos u wanna find out how to play dvds in a cd player.y dont u shut up and just try it insted of getting the same answer each time it aint gunna happen so 4get it
u r gay
and ya mam sucks cock
My Stand Alone Philips DVP642 DivX DVD Player plays Mp3’s from a DVD ... around $69-00 ...
other DivX DVD players are available ....
But I think the format of the MP3’s must be encoded in less than 192kbps ...
Normal CD format is 128 kbps ... So the quality should be okay ...
Hope this helps ...
hi everybody i have the answer to all your probs buddy if you want to put ya mps on a dvd and play do as i do burn them onto a dvd disk then play them through your playstation as i do which i have connected to extra speakers and an amplifier ok hope this helps Frank
Frank is right, it works with Xbox too. (MediaCenter installed). Also handy for playing other formats (DivX, wma, ogm..)
Another solution is to hook your stereo to your PC.. play mp3 from DVD or harddisk.
I´m still sort of looking for a car system that will play mp3 from DVD.. although converting to AC-3 might do the trick.
You can rip the audio stream from a DivX movie, make tracks of it if you want and burn it as audio CD.
I have done this with Samplitude (to get the right version of “I´m a believer” from Shrek), but there´s a ton of programs out there that can do this.
...so then I can’t play DVD’s in my CD player? J/K, Who is THAT focking stupid? I just want to put all my MP3’s onto DVDs. It’s pretty clear what we’re trying to accomplish here. I need a head unit for the car, a portable disc-man for work, and I’ll be set. I have the DVP642 that someone previously mentioned. It rocks and does MP3’s stored on DVD with no issues. So I repeat myself for the slower people in the room. I need a car stereo head unit, and a portable discman type device, which can read a DVD data disc full of MP3s. That’s all. “Every normal man must be tempted, at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats." Mencken
For playing your mp3 DVDs in the car, buy one of the new JVC DVD/CD Receivers:
Those head units come with a feature named “GIGA MP3” allowing reading of mp3 from DVD-R.
Though normally I would recommend JVC products and because I am a certified warranty repair tech that works on their items daily I would not recommend this particular model JVC
KD-ADV6160. It has a host of problems. The other two items are excellent. Now that I saved you a few hundred bucks and the pain and trouble of having to box it up and send it to one of us to fix I will gladly take a small donation.
Your welcome, Costa
Hey, I have a bit of a problem and hope that one of you guys can help me. The problem is that I am trying to figure out how to make an MP3, using a Data Disk format. Iam not sure how to do it. The program that I use is called RecordNow! Deluxe.
Hope one of you guys can help me.
Sorry what is a MAC? Is it one of those ornaments that vaguely resemble a computer and is just about as usefull as a vase full of flowers?
Yes I agree, all problems solved, you can’t do anything with them much no matter how much advice you get, so you just give up and watch TV instead.
Seriously folks I am far far from an expert but the manual of my stand alone portable DVD/CD players says it will play MP3s like a walkman.
Course it didn’t play any of my disks.
Convinced the manual was not lying I was left with experimentation. You folks will understand the following results or do trial and error like me...................
The device will not recognize ID3v2 tags. I had to re-save each file as
On the other hand it DOES see the LAME 3.92 Encoding tags created by
another program. There are quite a few different versions out there and it is possible your device just does not see the version you have used
to create the files.
Hope this get you on the right track, pun intended.