my avi files dont play on my divx player

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I burn 6 episodes as avi files in a dvd but then my divx dvd player dont read them......can anyone help me? sorry im new at this thanks and sorry the trouble reply

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09-24-2008 05:01 PM
mauriziusx

Make sure that you burn your avi files to DVD with DVD format, not burn as data. DVD movie is encoded by MPEG2 standard. And your video will be converted into .IFO, .VOB,.BUP files.

If you have an access to Macintosh, follow this video to DVD burner guide. reply

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09-25-2008 11:43 PM
PrometheusHill
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Well he said his DVD player is DivX-certified, so it should also be able to play data DVD’s (so long as the AVI’s on it are DivX-encoded).
First check the AVI’s use the DivX codec. Check the fourcc with something like avicodec or mediainfo. Should be DX50, DIVX, DIV4, or DIV3. It may work with XVID too, but you’d have to check with your manual to see if Xvid is supported (many DivX-compatible support Xvid too, but not all).
Also check the obvious, like is the media you’re burning compatible? Did you burn to DVD+R when your player only supports DVD-R, or vice versa? (check your manual for supported media) Also check that you closed your session when burning the data DVD. If you leave the session open (which is default if you use the 'send to CD/DVD' option in Windows Explorer), many players can’t play that - to be safe use a specialized burner program like Nero rather than Windows Explorer). reply

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09-26-2008 09:06 AM
carrot

well said carrot, boy these vegtables are getting freaking smart, genetic engineering gone crazy reply

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10-31-2008 06:29 AM
elwoode

Some stand alone divx player do not recognize UDF File system.
It must be burn using CDFS File system. reply

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11-20-2008 03:16 AM
bensy

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