I have downloaded shared dvd movies from isohunt, i have converted them on DivX then burned them onto maxell 4.7gb dvd-r discs which are compatable with my player but they will not play on my dvd player. i can play them back on my pc. WHAT AM I DOING WRONG? this is driving me nuts.
First you need a player that plays divx if it does then try downloading the movie onto a different disc the dvd-r have never worked on my player even though it says they will the dvd+r sometimes works its a crap shoot.
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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.
You probably have burnt the dvd disc using a video format that is not compatible with your player.
A lot of DVD players will not play .AVI or DIVx files that are commonly downloaded.
Your DVD player manual should list the formats it will play.
Convert downloaded movies to a compatible format before burning to disc.
There are several conversion programmes available via the web - at a cost of approx $50.00.
AVS4U works ok.
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.
And you downloaded this movie in what format?
If you are planning on converting a DIVX encoded .avi file to a standard DVD format good luck with that... perhaps http://www.afterdawn.com could get you started in the direction you desire...
simplest thing to do is burn the downloaded FILE onto a DATA DVD, AFTER purchasing a stand alone DVD player that has the DIVX logo firmly emblazoned upon it. Then, simply pop the DVD in your stand alone DVD player and watch it wiggle, see it jiggle.
Don't know if I can help or not, but this what I do.
I've downloaded the DIVx player and converter software (free) to my computer. I can download mpeg, avi movies, etc, and convert them to DIVx format if I need to. The DIVx player has a 'burn' feature that is fast and burns them in a DIVx format. My old DVD Recorder will not play DIVx format but my 'cheap' Phillips will. I just keep it hooked up to my old DVD recorder through the front RCA input jacks. When I want to play a DIVx movie and watch it on the TV, I use the cheap Phillips player. I have to change the input on my old DVD Recorder to 'Front Input. I usually record the movie on a DVD R in my DVD Recorder while I'm watching it if I want to keep a copy to play later on the DVD Recorder. Most of the time, I burn the movies to RW DVD and erase them later.
I don't remember the web site for the DIVx players and converters, but you should be able to find it with a search.
Is there a Divx logo on the player? Does this particular DVD player capable of reading DVD+R disks?
If you used the Divx converter program, there is a way to create a DVD in Divx format with menus. Did you use that particular program? If you didn't, you may have the DVD in a data format and the player can't read it that way.
The movie you had downloaded is in AVI or divx format ....for that you need to have a divx enabled DVD Player....... If your dvd player does't support DivX format .... it won't play it.. Try running that movie in DivX enable DVD Player Cheers - Parveen
The main problem is the dvd format dvd cannot support avi mpeg or dat flv or mov format it only supports VOB format. So, if you have any video files then please convert it through Ulead DVD Movie Factory 5 or 6, Or DVD-Lab, Tmpgenc DVD Author 3 with DivX support. These software will create VIDEO_TS folder on dvd and these folder is completely read by DVD players.