play avi files in home dvd player?

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01-16-2012 05:50 PM
Thought Pattern

To make a 700mb.avi movie out of a 6,7, or 8GB DVD Folder with Minimal quality loss is to start with your actual disc DVD an use a Decrypter like DVDfab since there’s is free. When stripping the movie make sure the option for DVD-9 is selected, this will make the DVD file huge like I said above but you know have the DVD unprotected and on your computer’s HD. At this point USE ~“AutoGK”~ to compress the DVD Folder into a single small 700mb .AVI by selecting the VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_0.IFO(sometimes this is not always the case-you need the .IFO file which is the info file for the video[there are tutorials for this]) After selecting your movies IFO file you need to select your output folder. Then select your “Custom Disc Size” and set it to 700mb. Go to the “Advanced Settings” and select “Minimum Width”=720 and also select the VBR MP3 for audio codec. click “ok”. Now if you want subtiltiles burned into the film select them now, I never do because these will not be optional, they will be permanent. So just skip it if you can understand the language the movie is recorded in. Now just click “Add Job” then Double Check you made all the changes and have the OUTPUT SIZE is set to CUSTOM 700mb. All this will take anywhere from 2-4 hours if you have an older computer like me(Single-Core). Good luck everyone, as it seems the underground scene is all about movies in a 700mb CD size clip, screw the large 8gig movies, cut it down to a half a GB....lol Again quality loss is for example like watching HBO on a old TV with Tubes and Vaccums, the picture is good and clear but just not Crisp like the New HD TV’s. VERY Super good quality for reducing a movies size by about 15 fold. reply

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02-12-2012 10:47 AM
adrian1984

yes you can..... you can even burn avi movies to cd-r or cd-rw as data aswel ... im having trouble putting movies on my usb stick 95% of them dont copy over !!! its strange !! reply

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02-16-2012 11:23 AM
EPI

DOES IT EFFECT THE QUALITY OF THE VIDEO??? AND THE FILE SIZE?? THANKS reply

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03-08-2012 05:44 PM
DynaMO

I agree, ConvertXtoDVD works great! reply

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05-09-2012 09:43 PM
Prabesh

Ang,If you have the opportunity, I’ve aywlas found that 'opening afternoon' is way less hectic. plus you come out and it’s still light outside!!!enjoy the movie! reply

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05-18-2012 11:02 PM
Surieyan

I too had the same problem with my Sony dvd player. I returned it to the shop and Philips. It runs all file formats. Sony does not accept avi and other file formats. It plays only company dvds. reply

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07-31-2012 08:50 PM
pat2

If your dvd player runs DivX, then it will read most .avi reply

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02-26-2013 09:42 AM
LA-G

Your usb could be overheating, in which then the film will stop playing. I have experienced this with plugging in ub into the dvdplayers reply

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06-09-2013 07:56 PM
amf

I hate it when people just can’t answer the question. I’m not saying I need a new DVD player, I’m would like the same answer as the original question. Convert avi to be played on a home DVD player, meaning vob. If you can’t answer the exact question, then keep your stupid comments to yourself. reply

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08-20-2014 08:54 PM
Raves

I have the same issue with that, but to keep working the avi will play full you must have a video converter. Set the Video Codec to Mpeg(Divx),video size (420x272) or lower than that, Video Bitrate (512). reply

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