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divx compatiblility

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by biglo, Mar 24, 2003.

  1. biglo

    biglo Member

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    i want to no if divx formatt can work on most dvd players and dvd players that dont support mp3 and vcd playback.
     
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    I'm no expert but I was under the impression that at this time there are only one or two dvd players that support divx. So I would say no.
     
  3. Dela

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    The KISS dvd players all support divx, there are few more but some time in the future perhaps!
     
  4. Bammy

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    yes but the kiss players only support divx 4 & 5 not 3.11 YET!!

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    Kiss have released a later firmware (2.6.6) which enables playback of DivX3.11. You can get multi region from www.jasperfish.co.uk
     
  6. Shoey

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    A new Waitec home dvd player out on the market but don't know if it will play DivX 3x.

    Shoey :)



     
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  7. biglo

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    so how do you burn the movie to the disc to be played on the player?
     
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    but if you do encode it than there is really no need to have a player that supports divx you just need one that supports vcd which is most of them
     
  10. Dela

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    Ye thats exactly what i said, if it plays divx then burn as data, if not encode vcd/svcd. I would love it if my stanjdalone could play divx but for now its re-encoding to dvd for me too :( ah well, give it a couple of years and it will be stardard in standalones!
     
  11. biglo

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    so i dont have to encode anything?
     
  12. Dela

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    if you have a player that will play divx, no, if not then you do have to encode!
     

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