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Can I burn to disk a movie from my hard drive "avi file format"and play it in a dvd player

Can I burn to disk a movie from my computers hard drive"avi file format" and play it in a mates panasonic dvd player. I dont know what model it is only that its a Panasonic dvd player purchased late 2007

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  • John Aug 10, 2008

    I have format convertion softwere..... What format would you suggest I
    convert files to. Most potentially playable as I dont know exact modle

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    I have a DVD in BUP format. My computer has a VPL media player. How do I convert BUP to VPL?

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To play DVD disc on your Panasonic DVD player, you need to burn the video to the disc first. To do this, here are several things you should prepare in advance:

  • Blank and writable DVD disc;
  • A computer with DVD recorder drive;
  • DVD burner program;
  • AVI files.
As for DVD burner program, if you're running Windows Vista or Windows 7 on your computer, you should try Windows DVD Maker. It's a DVD authoring utility developed by Microsoft for Windows Vista and included in Windows 7 that allows users to create DVD slideshows and videos for playback on media devices such as a DVD player or HDTV. It is free and preset in Windows OS. However, you may need to install correct codec to make it friendly with all types of video formats.

Please feel free to read this guide about how to burn AVI videos to DVD disc.
http://www.leawo.org/tutorial/avi-to-dvd.html

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Just burnusing dvd software it will auotmaticcaly convert

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You cant play avi on normal dvd player,but you can convert avi to dvd format by use free softwere ( filmMachine )

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

  • dodzio24 Aug 10, 2008

    if you want play any movie on your dvd player you must convert them to "vob" file.that is dvd file.i use FilmMachine program its easy and work very good.

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Tips: How to burn AVI files (torrent/digital Camera videos) to DVD on Windows 7


Do you like to shot videos with your favorite digital camera to capture and keep every happy moment in your life? And do you never miss any movies which can be free downloaded from torrent sites, such as Pirate Bay, Vuze, etc. to fully enjoy digital life? That's wonderful digital experience, but to keep these movies and life memory forever is suffering, isn't it? 'Cause either your digital camera's memory or your PC hardware has a limit, so many digital lovers keep asking how to burn digital Camera/torrent files to DVD:

Q1: My torrent downloads are always in the .avi format. I would like to play these movies in a regular DVD player, but I don't know how to burn the DVD on my computer (running on Windows 7).
Q2: I've shot the movie myself using a camera, it is a two hour long .avi file. All I want is to be able to shove it in the DVD player (in the living room) and for it to automatically play.

A: That's true, most videos shot by digital camera, and most free downloaded movies from torrent are in AVI formats. A good and easy way to keep these videos and movies forever is to burn AVI files to DVD which makes easier for you to watch these videos on your DVD player without any hitch. That's easy to finish the whole task, first of all, let's look at all the things you will need to burn AVI movies to a DVD.

1. Things You'll Need to burn AVI files to DVD AVI to DVD Burner software
A black DVD disc
A PC running on Windows OS (including the latest Windows7)
A PC with DVD Burner

2. How to find a good AVI to DVD Burner?
Actually, there are a lot of AVI to DVD conversion software, please never get a one without free trying first. Before making a purchase decision, you can get recommendations from professionals, friends, etc. And the most import thing is to get a free trail by yourself. In fact, I have tried a lot of such software, but for the sake of simplicity and stability, I will present you such a conversion tool which works well to convert AVI format to DVD on windows 7.

3. Steps to burn AVI files to a DVD on windows 7

Step 1: Free download AVI to DVD Burner
Please free download this Windows 7 AVI to DVD Burner, install and run it. And insert a DVD disc to your PC.

Step 2: Add AVI files
Add AVI videos or movies by clicking "Add Video" button.

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Step 3:Set DVD menu
Select your AVI files, then hit "Burn DVD" button at the bottom of the interface, and then check "Next", you can select DVD menu from built-in "Menu Template", and you can set background music and picture for your DVD menu by checking the related option to customize your DVD menu. Here I set the background picture by adding a picture from your PC. If you want to preview your DVD movies, you can click "Play" to make a preview.

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Step 4: Start to burn AVI files to DVD
After everything is done, you can click "Next" to select your DVD burner from "Burn to" option. Then, you can hit "Start" to burn AVI files to DVD.

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Here below is the explanation of TV Standard:
"NTSC" is 30 fps, which is used in USA, Canada and Japan;
"PAL" is 25fps, which is used in Europe and Asia.

That's all, after the conversion is done, you can watch your torrent movies or digital camera videos on your DVD player.

on Feb 25, 2010 | Cameras

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I download free movies to hard drive, than I burn them, and my dvd player says no playback available or a big red x shows on tv screen, what am I doing wrong/


You probably have burnt the dvd disc using a video format that is not compatible with your player.
A lot of DVD players will not play .AVI or DIVx files that are commonly downloaded.
Your DVD player manual should list the formats it will play.
Convert downloaded movies to a compatible format before burning to disc.
There are several conversion programmes available via the web - at a cost of approx $50.00.
AVS4U works ok.

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I can't look at any media I put in the disk drive on my laptop


do you want to burn your avi file to dvd?
and play your dvd on your dvd players?
if that
1,converter you avi to dvd format .IFO .VOB ect.
2.you can burn it to your dvd
hope it's help you

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DVD player is not able to detect WD 320 GB hard drive


Try reformating the drive with FAT32 file system (this is the default facotry mode).

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Unable to play back


Shouldn't matter what the OS (operating system) is. What you need to do is to make sure you convert the movie to proper format which would allow you to view on DVD player after burning. Usually you need a seperate software. Your DVD player should say what formats are compatible. Usually listed on unit or in manual. Avi is a great format but when you burned it to DVD your computer probably created a Data Disk. Which would make it unreadable by DVD player. Check to make sure you are able to convert to format that's readable by your player.Good Luck

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A content on DVD disk is not visible


Can you play the DVD's in a DVD player that is attached to a TV? Most DVD players will play an AVI file....Keep in mind that data will only last for 5 years on any CD or DVD......if it is stored correctly.....Heat Kills.....Let me know if you can get it to play on a regular DVD player...(NON PC)

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Watching wmv files on DVd


MPEG-2 video is the file format you’ll need to convert to, but you cannot simply burn the MPEG-2 to a DVD and automatically play it in a DVD player.
The easily way is to buy software that will make the transition smooth; I recommend VSO Convert to DVD.

Nov 15, 2007 | Televison & Video

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Sansui VRDVD4000 format


I do not believe this player plays AVI videos, not to mention whatever codec you are trying to use.

Download VSO ConvertXtoDVD and convert your AVI files to DVD and then burn them to DVD-R (NOT DVD+R), the 4.7GB discs (single-layer).

This process takes a very long time, depending on the size of the movies you are converting, some 1-2 hours, some 8-24 hours.

I suggest buying a Philips DVD Player that plays DivX and XviD AVI files, they seem to be the best. You can just burn the AVI to any disc and it will play. [Most popular seems to be Philips DVP 642]

Cheers.

Jan 08, 2007 | Sansui VRDVD4000 DVD Player/VCR

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