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Can DVD players play avi files?

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by Eagle1111, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. Eagle1111

    Eagle1111 Member

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    such as xvid files?
     
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    If you purchase one that specifies that it can play DivX/XviD, otherwise, no.
     
  3. Eagle1111

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    if it can't i should convert avi to vcd right?
     
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    Depends on the quality of the original.
    VCD, SVCD, or DVD.
     
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    Yes, you'd better convert your avi files to vcd/svcd/dvd first, and then play them on your DVD players.
    By the way, you can download a trial version of winavi from http://www.winavi.com to do this job!
     
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    Is there any way to get rid of the ad square in the middle of the screen? Patches or cracks around for this program?
     
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    WinAVI sucks. Try VSO Divx to DVD (it's free, with no ads, or logos in your face).
     

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