My MUSTEk MP-100 does not load avi (DVIX/XVid) files
I´ve just bought a Mustek MP-100 portable dvd player. It can read usual dvd formats and disks, but it could not load dvix files recorded on DVD+R and CD-R, even though it should load (as it is claimed on the its technical specification). If anyone have hints about how to solve this problem, I would appreciate.
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Re: My MUSTEk MP-100 does not load avi (DVIX/XVid) files
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some players will only play back DVD-R .. some only DVD+R .. many older ones wont play DVD rewritables at all...
DVD+ and - R recordings have lower contrast than purchased factory DVDs .. so if the laser in your mustek has a bit of dust then that will first effect computer written disks .. you can get a cleaning disk .. those have little brushes that brush off dust from the laser lens .. more likely though if your mustek is an older type, that you have to use DVDs that are compatable with it .. while DVD+R is the better format .. most older DVD players are compatable with DVD-R ... so thats kind of the standard that works in most players .. however there are a few exceptions .. most newer equip will play either, even rewritables ...
The player plays strictly DIVX files, but not variants like XVID (which today is more common since divx became not free).
Divx is actually the same than XVID. After spending days converting my files from xvid to divx, realized that changing only the FOURCC code of the files works.
Look for a program named videoinspector. It allows to edit the fourcc for a video file. for all xvid and variants change the fourcc of the files to DIVX. The change takes a second instead hours of conversion, and movies in xvid that used not to play on this device, now will be played without problems.
Hey try to get the video file you are converting to .mtv to convert to .mov first.I had the same problems until I tried it that way.Someone else somewhere says mpg is a good format that the converter will read well and convert properly.I never tried it though.However I find that .avi files will give you problems.This is because .avi is a container not a format.
Also remember Youtube videos download as flv files and if you use MediaCoder like I do,to convert from flv to .avi you will have problems because the actual format will be Xvid and the container .avi.
fFor the sys err problem..visit the Coby USA website ...there is a firmware fix there.The actual link is on this site in another Coby mp 610 question.
Are you trying to restore the files you previously had on your Mustek or just trying to get it to work as it did before the format? If you're just trying to get it to load, follow these instructions:
"Install the PVR Console software in the bundled
CD and connect the device to PC. The software will help to restore
system data and boot up files to the device automatically. When the
copying is done, restart the device for twice."
If you're trying to restore the data you accidentally formatted, connect it to your PC and try using a program such as Free Undelete to restore the files that were previously deleted. In the program, you need to browse to the drive that your Mustek shows up as on your PC (so if the drive is X: you need to restore files on X in the program).