Using my PC, I copy the pics. from my digital camera's flash card onto a CD to play on my TV using my DVD player. The jpeg photos display ok but movie clips with .avi extension are ignored (although they play on my computer's DVD drive).
How can I get the clips to play on the DVD player? Is it just a case of re-naming the files and changing the file extension from .avi to something else?
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This player is compactable with DVDs, ACDs, Video CDS, CDs and JPEG files. You can't play the following type of discs. Laser discs, CD-1, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, or discs recorded using other boradcast standards (ie PAL or SECAM); CDG discs.
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Hey! There are a lot of such conversion tools. I am now using this Wondershare DVD Converter Ultimate, which helps me convert various video format to any video/audio format I need(indcluding the format you have mentioned). And it also helps me burn dvd from video. It works well for me. You can also have a free trail of it. Hope that helps.
are all the files the same extension? JPEG and JPG are different as far as how they are encoded? even if you NAME THEM .JPG or .JPEG it is the encoding method you choose to export them as that makes the difference. As in Coreldraw for example. They is a JPEG and JPG export filter.
Hey nanaby, For your pictures to play in most DVD players they should be in jpeg format so make sure they are converted to jpeg's. Another option you have that I like doing is making a slide show in Nero software, which you should be able to download for free online. Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
First check that in your user manual that the dvd player is JPEG compatible. When you say you are having the problem on other DVD's do you mean when you use DVD+R and DVD-R disks on your own player or that yu have tried to play the same DVD disk on other brand DVD players without success?
You dont mention which software you are using to save your JPEG's to Disk or whether you can in fact view them on your PC. After making sure that your Windows media player displays your pictures ok, Try using the NERO dvd burning Rom programme to load your JPEG's.
I am assuming that you are not trying to record a DVD in a CD burning drive?
hope this helps - hattonhall