Question about Philips DVP5960
Could you tell me how it get around this
I resisted this conclusion for years before I finally got smart and purchased Nero - it will convert your mpeg files to VOB format, at which point you can burn a DVD-video that the Philips player will recognize.
Now, there are other options. If the files are either MPEG-1 or MPEG-2, you can burn them as a Video CD, if the files are smaller than 800MB.
What you cannot do is burn the files as a Data DVD or Data CD - the player just isn't capable of recognizing data discs.
You can try downloading several free programs to convert the MPEG's to VOB format, but, in the end, you will probably just end up infesting your computer with malware/spyware/etc.
My professional opinion is to go ahead and purchase Nero or Roxio to do the job.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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