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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
AVI is just a container - a wrapping that holds together a video and audio file. Make sure that the codecs used to create the video files are the ones that are listed as accepted by the Teac - DivX5 and XviD1 and 2. For that install this program in your pc
then use it to analyse the files.
Final test is to put one of those files in a memory stick and plug it in the tv - if the files are recognized and played from there then the Astone disk is either too large or incompatible with your tv - it happens. Use another smaller disk.
Posted on Jun 02, 2011
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