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My 2004 Lincoln Navigator has a DVD player near the passenger side but It doesn't have a monitor. What is the DVD player for.?

Is the DVD slot in the dash board or in the second row? Does it appear to be factory installed or possibly aftermarket? If factory and in the front, I'd suspect it's for loading navigation system updates. Does your Navigator have factory navigation?


Feb 22, 2017 | 2004 Lincoln Navigator


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How to convert XVID VBR MP3 and DIVX CBR MP3 using ConvertXtoDVD

Most Philips DVD players with DivX will play Stage 6 or VOD MP4 Video files if the FOURCC is set to DX50 or DIVX and the MP3 or AC3 audio is at a constant bitrate CBR of at least 192kbps, this is also the DVD Video audio standard in AC3, DTS or LPCM.

However with either DivX OR XviD video with VBR MP3 audio you will experience audio lag on playback the trick is to get the audio track in to a constant bitrate CBR and if possible with the audio frames Aligned on the interleaves as opposed to Split across interleaves.

If you plan on keeping the video in MP4 AVI v2.0 format then you MUST convert the audio to a CBR in either MP3 or AC3 format using one of the methods shown HERE.


If you plan on converting the MP4 video into DVD format you can first try to use the excellent ConvertXtoDVD this will attempt to convert the audio track into 192kbps CBR dolby digital AC3 audio whatever the source AVI audio.

If this fails to give you DVD Video without audio sync problems then you must convert the MP4 to a CBR audio and a FOURCC of DX50 to ensure Home Theatre compatibility.


on Feb 11, 2010 | Philips DivX DVD Player

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AC3 support

I suggest contacting their support at...

Dec 11, 2013 | Roxio Easy CD & DVD Creator 6...

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Error DVD Navigator:AC3

but it doesnt play ac3 file types

Jul 26, 2012 | MSI Computers & Internet


Set VirtualDubMod to Align Audio Frames across Interleaves for better sync

The default for the this program is Enable audio/video Interleaving with a 500ms pre-load in VirtualDubMod,this is the recommended value, it is not an offset this is done in the Audio Skew Correction the same is true for its older cousin VirtualDub.


This will set the Audio Frames to "Split across interleaves" which can cause the audio to go out of sync with the video even if the MP3 is set to CBR a problem most known with VBR audio on standalone DVD players that that DivX capabilities. This is one reason why the preferences are set to warn you about VBR audio this is a screendump from VirtualDub


It is said that if the AVI has Audio frames that are "Aligned on interleaves" it will always remain in sync even with a VBR MP3 audio track.

If you experience VBR MP3 problems you can turn off the MP3 ACM and use VirtualDubMod MP3 encoder under here the default preload for AVI audio is set to 500ms as shown this is the same in VirtualDub.


If you are going to re-encode the MP3 audio to AC3 the audio gets split across interleaves with the default values MP3 seems to Align with Interleaves itself .

However if you Enable Frame Mode the resulting AC3 will get "Aligned Across Interleaves" (you can't do this tweak in VirtualDub by Avery Lee)

Options -> Preferences -> VDubMod -> AVI -> Enable Frame mode.


If you are OK with this then you can re-encode the VBR audio MP3 to CBR dolby digital AC3 audio "Aligned Across Interleaves" and know that your audio frames will be aligned with the Interleaves and AV sync problems on your DivX enabled DVD players.are over.

on Feb 10, 2010 | Philips DivX DVD Player

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Bose 321 is unable to read 6Channel AC3 Audio. Any way it can read the same?

This is true. The 321GSX will decode Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1 or PCM 2.0 digital signals from external sources (like most receivers) but will not decode any 6.1 content. AC3, mp3, mp4, wav, aiff all should work from a properly formated CD or DVD (must be -R or -RW format, or commercial), but not multi-channel AC3 content.

Jun 10, 2009 | Bose 3 2 1 GSX System

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Playback of DVDs

You probably require an AC3 filter (surround sound driver), check HERE for a free one.

Jan 21, 2008 | Pioneer DVR-112D DVD RW Dual Layer Burner

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Using TomTom nevigator

For use with TTN you'll need the following: -A GPS mouse (either wired or wireless if you have bluetooth on your ipaq) -TomTom software -Memory card (usually Secure Digital of Compact Flash) to store the differents maps on it. It's also recommended to have a card reader on your pc to transfer the maps on the expansion card. Good luck and let me know if it works out or not

Sep 19, 2005 | HP (FA162A#AC3) for HP iPAQ 2200/4100...

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