How do I convert my avi media files into MP3 format?
My portable DVD player (TruTeck "Go AnyWhere" #PVS12701, wont play my avi files. It only plays MP3 & JPEG file formats. What software do I need (free download if possible) to convert my files? Thanks! My email is: TalonCrown@gmail.com
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Unless stated otherwise, either on the player itself, or in the instruction manual, no. You would need to convert the .avi file to DVD compliant format in order to play it. ConvertXtoDVD can do this and can give you the option of burning the converted result directly to DVD-R. It is a shareware program.
Many DVD players can handle .divx files on a CD-R, but takes a while to read the contents before playing them, then there are .mp3 and .jpeg which is a fairly common file format, playable almost anywhere. It is unlikely or extremely rare that any standalone DVD player or similar external device can play .avi raw data files successfully.
There are heaps of video conversion software programs available.
These are the 2 possible causes and solution on that problem:
The format of the file on U.S.B device is not compatible to the format requirements of the DVD player.For example your DVD player required A.V.I or MPG/M-PEG for the video while the file format of your U.S.B is F.L.V and when you try to insert it to the U.S.B port the file doesn't read.You have to do is convert the file that store on your U.S.B device depends on the format requirement of your DVD.Use a total video converter to convert the file on your U.S.B to the format you need to play on the DVD player.
Or the problem could be the U.S.B itself,because the U.S.B host on this product does not supported all U.S.B device.Please try to use other mass media device such as memory card or mp3 players.
Unless stated otherwise either on the unit itself or in the instruction manual, no. Those media formats may not be supported. The downside is I doubt your DVD player will play raw .MP4 .AVI or .WMV data files though. Those formats must be converted (using relevant transcoding software - for example, ConvertXtoDVD) to a compatible standard for DVD/Video CD (where applicable). The upside of this is that you may be able to play MP3 audio files on this unit with no extra conversion required.
Your player may not support DivX files either, unless stated otherwise on either the unit or in the manual.
There is No software download for the DVD plaer itself. Where you are going wrong is the Format ie avi that DVD player does not support it. You can Google free software to download which will allow you to convert you AVI file to something that the Dvd player will play:
DVD Video • VCD • SVCD • DVD-R • DVD-RW • DVD+R • DVD+RW • CD (Audio) • CD-R • CD-RW • Picture CD • Divx
so If you type in Google free Avi converter Then this will list several. You really want one that will convert to DIVX or VOB those will definately play on your DVD player.
I hope this has help you out. I tryed not to go into too much detail.
Convert video to .avi or DVD (Audio TS- Video VS) format.
Many common dvd players can play .avi files
(.avi files are very compact).
All dvd players play TS/VS format.
AVS4U is a reasonably priced (approx $50)downloadable suite of programs that can perform all the conversion tasks you need for audio & video.
As you see no support for mov files You'll have to convert these mov files to avi... Go to http://www.radgametools.com/bnkdown.htm and download the Rad Videotools.This little program helps you convert all your mov files to avi. Burn the avi files on a cd and you should be able to play them on your dvdplayer..