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    I know there is a way to quickly burn AVI. video files w/Nero , put them onto a dvd and have them play in a regular dvd player. I accidently did it before and forgot what I did. But when I try to do it now my dvd players say UNKNOWN DISC.
    How do I do this?

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    What's a "regular DVD player"?



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    u can if ur player supports divx/xvid and use nero exspress burn as data disc they play perfectly on my philips divx player.


    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo View Post
    What's a "regular DVD player"?
    perhaps he means a standalone dvdplayer
    Last edited by WHRST; 07-28-2007 at 10:41 PM.

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    yes, exactly, common sense if you ask me, he was probably being a retard.
    Thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad555 View Post
    yes, exactly, common sense if you ask me, he was probably being a retard.
    Thanks for the info
    Flaming will get you nowhere, here. It certainly won't get you any help with your dilemma.

    Saying "regular DVD player" is akin to saying "it's a normal computer". It tells us nothing and in turn we cannot help.

    Reminds me of this thread.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mad555 View Post
    yes, exactly, common sense if you ask me, he was probably being a retard.
    Thanks for the info
    Flaming will get you nowhere, here. It certainly won't get you any help with your dilemma.

    Saying "regular DVD player" is akin to saying "it's a normal computer". It tells us nothing and in turn we cannot help.

    Reminds me of this thread.


    My thoughts too as there was mention of a Dvix player by WHRST. Have you tried Vso 's ConverToXdvd ? Its what I use even has a burning program and very fast .

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    Quote Originally Posted by peat moss View Post
    Have you tried Vso 's ConvertXtoDVD ? Its what I use even has a burning program and very fast .
    thx for that, I'd never used it, really fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad555 View Post
    I know there is a way to quickly burn AVI. video files w/Nero , put them onto a dvd and have them play in a regular dvd player. I accidently did it before and forgot what I did. But when I try to do it now my dvd players say UNKNOWN DISC.
    How do I do this?
    If you get a Phillips DVP-642 you can play your avis.
    It plays 99% of the videos you trow at it. It was my first DivX Certified device.

    Now I have a Samsung HT-P38 which is also Divx certified, as is my Zen Vision W.
    Im sorry, just showing off.

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