Can anyone help me
My samsung 1080pr dvd player sometimes play movies till half and then skip to next. Same movie can be played in computer to its full length.
What is wrong with it. I play movies in AVI format and through USB.
I’m having the same issue, Maroof. Seems like in the last 6 months or so, since most movie avi’s went from around 700 megs to around 1.2 to 1.6 gigs in size, this has become a problem. They play fine on my computer (which has a better screen than my tv, but not quite as good a sound system), but on my dvd player somewhere around 1/2 to 3/4 of the way through they quit. One hour tv show avi’s ranging in size from around 300 to 550 meg don’t seem to have this problem. My first thought was that I needed updated codecs for the dvd player firmware, but none are available for my Philips. Now I’m thinking it may be a file size problem. Haven’t tried splitting an avi in two yet. But I did try converting the avi to divx. If you make the output file about the same size as the input file there will be almost no loss in quality. This worked for my Philips player, but a friend with a different (newer) Philips player still couldn’t play it.
I’ve had porblems letting Nero software convert formats to make a readable DVD disk for home dvd players. As a rule, Nero Visions Essentials will not convert a file format such as WMV into a home dvd player readable DVD. On one player I get a message as a “bad disk”, on another, says “incorrect media”. The media is there and I can play it on the DVD device in my computer, but not on a stand alone player.
i have one of those traditional DVD players. i recently bought a TV series which seemed to have been burned by a regular person and it played perfectly cos the format was .VOB. despite converting it seems the file size remained the same i.e 350mb. now can someone help me figure out how the hell he converted an avi file to .vob without altering the size?
I suggest, if your dvd player doesn’t support avi files you better convert it to mpeg files cos most dvd players supports mpeg files. All you need to do is look for a movie file converter which is downloadable from the internet, by doing so you can still save the space as avi files.
ok not sure if my dvd player will play avi
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What you ware talking about, I think I got your ideas, that for
Burning a DVD file format there is need to covert every avi file to flv and vob format, then with any DVD BURNER burn the files to a DVD-R then with any DVD player you can play your DVD-R.
dont use nero just download imtoo 3gp converter then convert in to mpeg1 just try and get the audio correct otherwise you will get the speech of slightly but then just burn with cyberlink power to go 7 and its done most dvd players play mpeg video+audio so its not a big thing to do for a starter good luck