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If its a XVID movie or dvdrip it won't play on a DVD player unless the DVD player has the DIVX label on it, like phillips brand DVD player that has a DIVX label and a usb drive. then you won't have to burn to DVD, just put it on a thumb drive or external hard drive that's a fat32 configured then you'll be happy as a lamb.
Really LOL LOL LOL LOL you aren't suppose to be downloading movies but none the less. If you download a movie for burning it on a DVD then playing it on your old DVD player. you have to download the image, it has the .iso extension or the 4 gig size, which takes about a week to download. 4 gigs is pretty large, then you have to load it on a virtual drive, then you have to run it through a dvd shrink program then allow it to burn to DVD then your ready.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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