I have the ge 1105p dvd player. It will only play about 1 out 25 0r 20 files. I do not know if i am using the wrong converter or the wrong burner. would some of you who dot have this problem tell me what software you use to convert and burn. thank you for any help!!!! Bette
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Yes, I know Panasonic DVD S48, if your movie file is right divx avi movie file, you can directly transfer the divx avi movie file to your usb disk and play on your Panasonic DVD S48, but if your movie files isn\'t divx avi movie file, you have to use a right software to convert your movies to right divx avi movies, then transfer to your usb disk, convert any movies to divx avi movies.
your gonna need conversion software to convert your movie files wether from avi to dvd files mpg to dvd and so forthn once converted you will burn those dvd files to an dvd cd using an software like Nero and so forth.
1. get WinAVI wich can convert any video files to dvd files.
2. get ImgBurn = free, then burn movie files to cd. make sure though before burning that in WinAVI that you go through advance settings and set the TV system to NTSC for US, if set to PAL it won't play in your dvd player, cause thats european version. if need more detial info let me know
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.
Hello drear sir
you have this ploblem because u burn your DVD or CD wrong if u want ur DVD movie play on player u have to burning by (for example if u use nero) DVD video file and it will convert file that a player can play it
Three problems - the Media Converter will not correctly convert videos over 15 minutes long, it will not recognize the DVD's file structure, and it cannot play copyright-encrypted video files. This player is more for YouTube-style videos. Here is a workaround:
1) Use video editing software to break the DVD file into 15-minute chunks
2) Run the chunks through Riva FLV Encoder - convert it to AVI format, and make sure sound is enabled
3) Run the Riva-converted chunks through the Philips Media Converter
4) You can now watch your movie in 15-minute chunks - I hope you chose filenames that allow the files to be played in sequential order
as stupid and simple as it sounds:
rename the file extension to %filename%.MPG and it will play with your normal video player (I use VLC player).
found this solution on some other site, was sceptical, but it really works.