I have tried to burn video files into dvd format (via convertxtodvd) onto a dvd-r dvd but it reads inconsistently on the player. ie: has worked a couple times but mainly comes up as "reading" followed by 0:00 and stops.
The manual says that dvd-r dvd's are non-playable but I have been successful before with dvd-r. I have tried dvd+r's but these have not worked either.
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Unless stated otherwise, either on the player itself, or in the instruction manual, no. You would need to convert the .avi file to DVD compliant format in order to play it. ConvertXtoDVD can do this and can give you the option of burning the converted result directly to DVD-R. It is a shareware program.
Many DVD players can handle .divx files on a CD-R, but takes a while to read the contents before playing them, then there are .mp3 and .jpeg which is a fairly common file format, playable almost anywhere. It is unlikely or extremely rare that any standalone DVD player or similar external device can play .avi raw data files successfully.
There are heaps of video conversion software programs available.
DVD burner or writer is a device where you can write a blank cd or dvd for data,music and videos format and also you can play or read your favorite cd or dvd mp3, audio cd and videos format. For burning you must have nero, alcohol and other burning application. In windows xp, vista and 7 are already included, simply drag your data or files you want to burn to you cdrom drive with blank cd or dvd.Then there is a button burn, click that button to write the files onto your cd or dvd. Have a nice day!
It seems as though you are burning the downloaded youtube videos directly to a CD/DVD and trying to play them back on your DVD.I also deduce that your DVD player does not support playback of data discs.
To play back such videos on your DVD, you must use a software that will encode them to the appropriate format and medium of choice, e.g. a Video DVD or Video CD(VCD or SVCD standard).
Check out Microsoft's Nero Burning Kit from http://www.nero.com/.This software supports encoding of video files to VCDs and DVDs.
Another tool that you might find useful is the famous DVDVideosoft Free Studio from http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/.It supports many video formats and I suggest you download the full studio.The download is approximately 56MB in size.
A much better product that I would advice you to use is ConvertXtoDVD.The tool isn't free, but it's results are simply mind-blowing.It also supports multi-threaded, multi-core and multi-processor(SMP) processing.Get it from http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/download-convertxtodvd.php
Have a great time ahead.
The problem's not what they are saved as, it's your burning software needs to transcopr them into mpeg-2 format so that they burn properly. There are several dvd burning software programs out there...some very pricy and some are free. For pricy type I would go with nero 10 For free, I reccomend Free DVD Creater Whatever program you go with, it must be one that will change the format from whatever it is, to mpeg-2.
You need to convert avi files to dvd format before burning, otherwise the player won't recognize them. Google "avi to dvd" and you'll find a number of free or pay programs that will do the conversion for you.
it all depends on wot u used to burn it, and wot type of dvd player u have, there r diff ways to get it to play, on a normal dvd player u will either need to encode the movie file into a vcd and put it on a cd or encode to dvd format and burn it onto a dvd using programs like nero or roxio
you have need a software a video converter ,to chage the format of your video to able you to play to a DVD player ,example:-MPEG,VCD.AVI.format-Visit http:/download.com.there you can download a software.for your problem.
Well I am not surprised ya can't get it to work.. It can all be quite confusing....
I suggest that you try some "Other" burning software. I recommend CopytoDVD...AnyDVD ... convertXtoDVD....
See one has to have a program that will "Burn" in a Format suitable for ALL players PC & stand alone DVD's the ones I have listed Just work... ensure you read the "Help" files and B4 long ya will be watching DVD's.
I think you may be able to use 3rd party software like "ConvertXtoDVD" the camera records in type of .mpg format & this can be used by many programs including Media Player as long as ya have the right "CODEC" to play and manipulate them. So identify the CODEC, what type of .mpg etc, the camera records in and get , Down Load, that one for Media Player. You may be able to use Windows Movie maker too, but any of the good movie programs would do. I have enclosed some helpful links to further help..