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Re: some divx files (i can see in prewiew on my pc)...
That is normal and it is because the codecs on your DAV-DZ100 came with the firmware, and the firmware will not be up to date so soon as the online divx codecs for Windows get updated.
All you can do is upgrade the DAV-DZ100 to the latest firmware version that will contain the most recent divx codecs for this model. Still this will not guarantee that you can view all Divx compression formats. It is the same on my DVD at home and there is nothing to do about that apart downloading latest firmware.
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I'm not sure just what you are trying to do. But you need to convert WMV to DIVX. But, my dvd player doesn't use divx. There are programs available online (some freeware, some paid) that are simply converters. I won't recommend one over the other, but you should be able to either drag and drop or file-open to get the WMV into the program, then choose DVD as output. Or, go to youtube and search for "how to burn a WMV video to DVD in windows 10" if you are using Windows 10.
If you have Arabic lang. in your windows, and you have the movie (.avi) and the subtitle (.srt) in the same folder with exactly the same name for both 2 files, and you use VLC as media player .. then:
1-Download (Subtitle Edit 2.9.3) software .. it's free!.
2-after setup .. open the subtitle (.srt file ) and adjust "defult file encoding" (same window-left side) to: UNICODE
4- Save (from file tab).
5- You can also adjust the time (later or earlier).
I would download virtualdub (free), install a divx convertor (free to some level), and input your original file in virtualdub (file-open file), check the video tab from VDUB, click compression, select divx, and save the file as an .avi file on harddisk of yr computer. If finished, check this avi file with a media player (winamp or so), see if it plays correctly, then transfer the file to your Archos. This will work.
I believe, when you converted, a stray codec was used for audio)
Have you tried upgrading the firmware. Check first the firmware of your DVD by opening the tray, then press 37 on the remote, and jot down the version of the firmware, then try to find an upgrade to your version or an improvement to it that fixes the original trouble with some DivX files.
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.