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Old 07-25-02, 03:19 PM
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AVI files supported?

Well I was wondering if I can burn AVI files onto cd and play them on DVD? is that possible and if it is how do I know what DVDs have them supported,

THanks in advance for the people who help me out...
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Old 07-25-02, 08:02 PM
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The only DVD players that I know of that support Windows Media Files are the Apex AD-2100 and the Apex AD-2500
Not to bad a price for either of them as well considering the different files it can read.Give them a look.

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Old 07-26-02, 08:38 AM
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I think he was hoping it played Divx, which I'm sure it does not, as it would need the codec installed as well.
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Old 07-26-02, 08:48 PM
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No, that's just Windows Media audio files, it's DEFINITELY not .avi (and I assume you mean DivX when you say .avi).
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Old 07-26-02, 11:53 PM
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you can go to doom9.net, they have guides that may help you turn your avi into a vcd or svcd... also you can make mini-dvd's which would be a cd that has a dvd root system (So your dvd player thinks it is a dvd) but your limited to 700 megs which is about 20 to 30 min depending on how you encode it.
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Old 07-27-02, 01:46 AM
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Are you sure its just the audio?
Not saying your wrong.
I was under the impression it played the video files associated with WMP.
Would be really cool if it did,no converting to VCD!!!!

I tried getting info on the net to clarify exactly what they mean by Windows Media Files,but found no exact explanation as to either audio or video.
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Old 07-27-02, 02:45 AM
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Originally posted by VHS?
Are you sure its just the audio?
I think he meant that the APEX could only read audio Windows Media Files and not was not capable of displaying a video file using the avi extension. AVI is an audio/video file type.

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Old 07-27-02, 03:39 AM
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Thats the impression I had by them labeling that.
I thought it meant you could take a WMP file without converting to VCD and viewing it.
Meaning a video file and not just an audio file.
That seems kinda lame then......It already plays MP3 so why even bother with Windows Media Files?

Oh well,maybe someday
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