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burning to dvd part 2

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
hi all, asked in a post yesterday about burning a series of Ben10 to disk for the kids, 13 episodes in total about 22 mins per episode, was asking why i could only get 6 episodes on one disk etc, ok so some very helpful people explained if i converted the files to DivX i could fit the whole series on one disk - all done great! Now the dvd player wont recognise the disk (just says no disk), would anyone be able to help me here? much appreciated - im not sure what i have done wrong, the whole series is now DivX, i have a samsung dvd player, is there something i need to do? when i play the disk on the laptop it automatically goes to DivX player no problems and plays the files - im still learning!
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Your DVD player is not compatible thats why I said you may need to convert it to DVD format?
#2
Does your dvd burner allow you to make vcd's? these are videos on normal cd's... shorter but cheaper and much,much quicker to burn
#3
you need a divx dvd player
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Naeem786
Your DVD player is not compatible thats why I said you may need to convert it to DVD format?


Ok that was good info, i had no problems as what i have done is put 6 episodes on one disc and 7 on another - great the kids are watching them now! i followed all your advice on what to do, but then i started getting ahead of myself and thought 'what if i could put the whole series on one disc' as i have a DivX player in the living room.

BTW thanx for your help:thumbsup:

DivX player in the living room - honest!
banned#5
how did you 'convert them to divx' as the original files were AVI which IS DIVX!

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