I burn copies for the car of my kids movies, some will play great, some will skip and freeze. I am using Memorax and burning at a slow speed. I have tried several different batches incase I just got a bad batch. Anyone else have this problem?
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The laser eyes on mobil units are relatively cheap and low quality. If you keep playing copied discs(any format), it will make them "tired"(out ot alignment) from trying to focus on low quality encoded discs and render it useless. Original discs are produced with equipments and programs that cost ten of thousands of dollars that why they tend to retain the encoded info longer even when exposed to direct sun light for times and easier for unit to read. But if you are like the rest of us going to junk that player after a couple of years in service then use Verbatim Platinum dvds, they are quite high in prices but retain info much better than others. But remember they are still copied discs not the original articles and might one day cause your players to fail completly. Goodluck.
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Supported Audio Formats Audio CD, MP3 Supported Video Formats DVD Number of Audio Channels 4 Channels Included Units In-Dash Player, In-Dash Monitor, Amplifier Supported Media Types DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW Monitor Size 6.5 inch Touch Panel With Touch Panel
Just stick with these formats and it should work fine...are you trying to view burned movies or something. From the looks of it, it should play any DVD or CD just fine. Try to steer clear of those formats you listed.
if you rent a movie from blockbuster and want to burn it to a dvd
you need a program that breaks the code and then allows you to burn it to a dvd-r or a dvd +r it depends on your dvd burner on your computer for what dvd disk to use. once you find that out and have burned a dvd and it plays on your computer it will play in your dvd player in your car always
the only thing you need to know about your radios formate is if you want to play audio file from ipod or window media file mpeg video some of the pioneer i think play divix video format
just look into your owners manual or go to pioneer.com pull it will give you the formats you head unit will play ....
Disconnect Negative Battery cable and leave off overnight or longer if possible. You may need to make sure you have your radio/dvd player code before you do this since it does have a theft alarm code feature.
The problem is that the mp3 format compresses the files to make them very small. The advance function on the dvd player was set up to advance, let's say, 1/2 second at a time. Well, the dvd or cd file will advance a 1/2 second, but an mp3 format file, which is way smaller, will advance the same distance on the disc which ends up being 10 seconds or so. I had the same problem with my panasonic. Solution would be to burn the files onto the disc in a cd format. You won't be able to put 100+ songs on the disc like you could with an mp3 format, but you will be able to controll the advancing a lot easier.