Video clips film in AVI format 650MB not playing on DVD player

Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Nov 19, 2009
Edited Nov 19, 2009
it is a problem of codec, or you have an illegal os.
Answered Nov 20, 2009
the codec is the problem
Answered Nov 27, 2009
However, if you mean a real DVD player that sits with your TV (as opposed to a program on your computer) then I'm afraid most DVD players don't like AVI files, the much prefer VOB, which is the standard DVD file.
Answered Aug 29, 2010
To add to what toinbach says, AVI is a data file CD format, not DVD. There are players that automatically detect the difference and work with either format. If yours works only on DVD format however, it will not play an AVI file or any of the CD Data videos like MPeg or Wmv.

You can record CD DATA files on a DATA DVD but they won't play on a DVD player unless it reads both DVD and CD Data formats. I know that sounds confusing but don't blame me, the computer industry is still evolving.
Answered Aug 29, 2010
In order to play video movie on your DVD Player, you may need to burn your videos onto DVD disc at first. I would like to recommend you to try Any Video Converter Ultimate, that has the video to DVD burning functions, also supported any kinds of DVD players:
Answered Jun 11, 2014

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