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MP3's on DVD-R

Will the AVH-P4900 play MP3's on a DVD-R.?

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  • josh_h25 Mar 03, 2008

    Thanks. I think i have plenty of MP3's to fill up a dvd-r. So ill give it a try. CD-R just doesnt have enough room.

  • josh_h25 Apr 16, 2008

    Thanks ill try that. So far it has not recognized the disk. Ill try to add the video file.


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i,d say that if your DVD player Supports MP3 playback. that it would. however Putting a few MP3s On A Dvd is like Throwing a bucket of water into the sea, And expecting it to make A difference. reference Only.
Try putting the MP£s onto A CD-R.
Also if your putting MP3s onto A Dvd, make sure you Have lots of them, for the Machine to recognise.
Or put several Folders Onto the DVD, Another alternative. is to shove A Dummy-File on There about 500mb Plus.
Finally make sure That your player Supports The -R format, And that your Writing Software, is fully completing it,s Task/Finalising by writing The T-O-C ( table of Contents )

Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted @ 22.44 PM. ( G.M.T )

Posted on Mar 02, 2008

  • Mike Waldron Mar 03, 2008


    No Problem Josh, If you have re-writable disks.

    You can try several attempts at different ways. Until you,ve got it Sussed. if you have no luck with the Player recognising it. try adding 1 or 2 WAVs Or A Video File.

    This will help the Player To see The Disk.

    Finally if using nero Use The Tab ( Create MP3 disk )

    If i can help further let me Know.

    Mike @ compurepair.


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