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Sansui VRDVD4000 format

I would like to burn some of my home videos (in .avi format) to DVD to play on my sansui VRDVD4000. Does any one know what: 1. type of disk ( DVD-R, DVD+R, etc.) I should burn on 2.) What format they should be converted to? (.MOV, ???) I have Nero 7.0 Ultra but every time I try to bun I get a message on the sansui VRDVD4000 "Check disk". I have tried DVD-R and DVD+RW so far.

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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.

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

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