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Its really a software type problem i have a sony hometheatre that wont play certain videos. When tvs/home theatres are made they get whatever software that is put in witch most videos require the basic stuff sometimes its outdated or just not compatable.
dual xdvd700 is a very picky device in order for you to play videos on a cd-r disc...you need need a burning software that have video burning capacity...don't just burn video as data copy/backup b/c dvd player won't recognize it. hope this help... So it's base on how you burn your disc...NO data backup/copy ...use Video Burning instead
Most music videos have a copyright protection system on them which will not allow them to be played on your mp3 player, even though they will play fine on your computer. You would have to get a media converter that can bypass or strip the copy protection that will also convert these files to AVI first (by the way, this type of software is illegal). YouTube-type videos are best. You may need a legal FLV to AVI converter (like Riva FLV Encoder) to convert the videos first.
Som music videos will never play on that Philips b/c of the copyright system. For all other videos, you can convert them to AVI format using Riva FLV Encoder, and THEN run them through the Philips Media Converter.