IS POSSIBLE TO UPLOAD DIVX PROGRAM (PATCH) ON IT ??
I BOUGHT IT IN 2003. IT WORKS PROPERLY ,BUT IT HAS NOT PLAY DIVX FORMAT. I HEARD TAHT SOME PLAYERS ABLE TO UPLOAD DIVX PATCH WITH ITS CD/DVD TRAY EASYLY. I'M WONDERING THAT MY LG LH-D6230 SYSTEM ABLE TO DO IT IN A SHORT TIME?? OR WHAT CAN I DO TO WATCH DIVX FORMAT VIDEO WITH MY SYSTEM...
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It's possible that either the format of the disc or the format of the movie is incompatible with your DVD player. Not all players will play all of the disc formats, those being DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW. Check to make sure that you have used a format that is compatible with your player; your manual, or even the box the player came in should give you a list of what will work.
The other possibility is the format of the video. If you made an exact copy of a retail DVD it should work as long as the format of the disc is okay. If you used the .avi, .divx. .mkv, format or anything similar, then your player may not be capable of playing it. If you are able to play the video on your computer, but not on your player, then the format may be the issue. Most players capable of playing those types of formats will have the DIVX stamp on the player, usually on the front of the player.
The only other problem may be whether or not you finalized the disc itself. Some players will not play discs that have been left open for more additions.
Hopefully this information will help you to identify your issue. Please let me know if I can supply you with further information.
'Standard' DVD players will not play computer video formats such as .AVI or .DIVX or .WMV or .MP4 whereas the 'generic' and cheaper (chinese) Players will support them (they will state that they support MPEG, DIVX and MPEG 3 & 4 formats). Unless your ISO results in a properly DVD formatted media (with multiple files and file types including .DAT), it simply will not work. Note that many 'standard' (and branded) DVD players will not support many rewritable CD or DVD. Hope my information will help you assess your problem
The player plays strictly DIVX files, but not variants like XVID (which today is more common since divx became not free).
Divx is actually the same than XVID. After spending days converting my files from xvid to divx, realized that changing only the FOURCC code of the files works.
Look for a program named videoinspector. It allows to edit the fourcc for a video file. for all xvid and variants change the fourcc of the files to DIVX. The change takes a second instead hours of conversion, and movies in xvid that used not to play on this device, now will be played without problems.
Is there a Divx logo on the player? Does this particular DVD player capable of reading DVD+R disks?
If you used the Divx converter program, there is a way to create a DVD in Divx format with menus. Did you use that particular program? If you didn't, you may have the DVD in a data format and the player can't read it that way.
The movie you had downloaded is in AVI or divx format ....for that you need to have a divx enabled DVD Player....... If your dvd player does't support DivX format .... it won't play it.. Try running that movie in DivX enable DVD Player Cheers - Parveen
Using Windows Media Player
You need Microsoft Windows Media Player Version 9 or higher and Sharp G.726 Audio Codec in order to play MPEG4 files from the Memory Stick on your PC.
If you are not currently using Microsoft Windows Media Player Version 9 or higher.
Important: The Sharp G.726 Audio Codec needed to play MPEG4 files is no longer signed by Microsoft.
If Sharp G.726 Audio Codec is not properly installed on your PC, it will not play MPEG4 Audio.
You can also download a free DivX® Player and codec to play your MPEG and other video format files.
DivX® for Windows is a free codec built to play every version of DivX content. The DivX codec also plugs into your existing video software so you can view and create high-quality DivX videos at a fraction of the original size. The DivX codec also adds DivX video playback support to most popular media players.