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Thread: Kiss Dvd Player.

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    Has anyone got the kiss dvd player it now plays all formats divx 3 and up etc etc.I would like to know what it plays like and how to copy on to disc to play on player.You can pick it up at dabs .com for 220 ish.

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    RGX's Avatar Unstoppable
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    we have the one that plays VCDs as well, the quality is exactly the quality the file is, not the player

    its nice for the dvd alone

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    It plays very well. Have one installed at friends.
    Was the KiSS DP-500

    Is nice to burn a divx.avi and play it in your dvd player... B) Btw it has lan connectivity (for firmware updates) it supports subtitles and it has a webradio... !! Think this is the future

    "The most flexible DVD player available! Works with DivX and XviD format CD & DVD media (.avi) but also plays MP3's stored on DVD media (4.5 gig of MP3's! on one disk) and can stream audio, video and radio content from LAN via ethernet connection and much more."

    Kiss webpage..

    btw it has a helpdesk that reacts and solves problems!!

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    Jetje, hov do you burn the DivX movies? like a data cd?

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    yes just like data, add the *.srt (subtitle file) in the same name as the movie and it plays with the movie..!

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    Originally posted by sapper44@26 May 2003 - 14:02
    divx 3 and up
    is this correct? last i heard, it did not support divx 3 because of legal issues with microsoft.

    edit: hmm, it looks like the Kiss DVD player has a firmware upgrade which includes a work-around for Divx 3.

    KiSS DVD Player "learns" DivX 3.x

    "Good news from KiSS Technologies and DivX network, for DivX fans who want to watch their movies in the living room. As the Danish DVD Player manufacturer communicated and demonstrates on its CeBIT conditions, the model DP-450 is able to play DivX 3.11 due to a new firmware... although the Sigma decoder chip (EM8500) is not designed to. Before, the equipment could only process DivX 4.x, XviD and DivX 5.0.x (Pro).

    This is made possible by an 'on-the-fly' transformation of the non-conformant MPEG-4 components of DivX 3.11 movies by the firmware into data streams digestible by the decoder chip. It can also play DivX Pro videos with Global Motion Compensation (GMC) after the firmware update. Only Quarter Picture Of Element (Qpel) encoded DivX movies cannot be played yet, but we are confident that playback of these movies will be reached.

    Also, Sigma Designs' PCI card with DVD decoder and DivX playback named 'Xcard' will be able to play DivX 3.11 and DivX Pro with GMC through firmware updates. If KiSS holds up, which it promises to, one of the main points of criticism of the DivX capable DVD Players (i.e. that it cannot play 75 percent of all DivX videos, constituting the lion's share at the moment), would be void."

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    Q05: Does the DVD-Player support DivX 3.11?
    No, KiSS DVD-Players does not support DivX 3.11, but we are planning to release a firmware that supports DivX 3.11. This firmware will probably be released around the start of June 2003.

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    Before you buy anything. NorthQ DVD-player can also play DivX (NorthQ NQ-5000 DVD / DivX / Xvid / SVCD / VCD /
    Picture-CD / MP3 Player)

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    nono you guys dont understand, you cant just burn a movie and play it, this players dail-in (subscribe needed) to a divx server and show what you watch,when,where,how and kazaa divx dont play in it, you have to rent certion divx

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    Originally posted by TheFilePirater@27 May 2003 - 17:42
    nono you guys dont understand, you cant just burn a movie and play it, this players dail-in (subscribe needed) to a divx server and show what you watch,when,where,how and kazaa divx dont play in it, you have to rent certion divx
    are you crazy??? we are not talking about Circuit City's DIVX. that format is dead and gone. we are talking about DVD players which support mpeg 4.

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