I want to use my DVD player looking at it like a computer with the lid up. My daughter used it to view her wedding pictures and now the movies play upside down. How do I turn the picture around on the screen. I put in a picture dvd and was able to turn the pictures around using the arrows however it doesn't stay -- it goes back to the movie showing upside down.
On most of the set top DVD players you use the monitor button or the remote control menu button to access the mode that flips the display (invert). The mode is for those who mount the units to the ceiling of a vehicle for rear passengers to view. You might have to have a DVD playing at the time or just loaded in the stop mode to access the feature.
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I looked up your DVD player's model number online. It is not equiped to read picture files (.jpg, .bmp, etc.) You have to be carefull when you transfer pictures to a DVD on your computer. If you just burn them to the disc, most DVD players wont be able to read the information. Frequently you have to use a program like Microsoft Movie Maker to get them in the right format.
You may have to start over and use a DVD making program to make them a video and not just picture files.
I have this player. It's sensitive to power fluctuations. If the power isn't steady, the picture goes out. You don't need to shut the lid, just quickly press the tiny plastic pin near the hinge under the screen. It does the same thing as closing and opening the lid would do. Not sure this will solve it, but I found that to help. By the way, I broke the car charger for mine and am looking to buy one. If you ditch your player, let me know.
Is the player new? If it's a new DVD player and still under warranty, I would return it, exchange it or possibly, consider changing brands: perhaps to a Phillips brand DVD player. After all, the Phillips corporation guarantees its DVD players will play everything, just read the box in which the player's packaged - it's the best bang for your buck. With DVD players being so inexpensive these days, the best option is to buy new. Keep computing Chomskyites.
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Its not your CPU speed that burns or Views DVD its the actual player in your computer. You may have a CD player in your computer but can it actually read DVD? can it burn DVD???. If it can then you will need the software to play it back Windows media player wont play back DVD unless you have download the updated codex for it. One of the best software players is InterVideo Win DVD.