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Old Mar 20, 2004, 07:46 AM
djeq1000 djeq1000 is offline
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Default what format do you burn divx films in nero 6 for xbox to recognise them and play them

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under what settings of nero do you burn a divx movie onto cdrw so as the xbox can play it on movie player.
i used to use prassi dvd by changing the settings in prassi my xbox recognised the movie. but my new burner is not recognised by prassi anymore so i am now using nero 6
do you burn the movie in
1 udf
2 udf/iso
3 hybrid disk
4 mixed mode.
or do you have to change settings please help i have several divx films gathering dust that i wanna watch on my x box.
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Old Mar 20, 2004, 06:43 PM
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burn Divx as udf or udf/iso, which ever one u want they all work.

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Old Mar 22, 2004, 09:37 AM
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as jackss said, but donīt forget to select force xbox, donīt know if vers. 6 needs it, but mine does, vers. 5.5.10.35
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Old Mar 22, 2004, 10:41 AM
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thats only for dvd's lancerx, to do with checking to see if the ifo/vob file structure is correct.

I use dvd iso-although depending on how old your version of xbmp and how confident you regarding upgrading updating to newer versions -you may have probs playing a whole dvd of them (2gb iso9660 file limit) if however you use xbmc you shouldn't have any probs, only thing is make sure the dvd/cd is finalised- e.g. no multisession.

I use iso9660 cos some of the pcs i have on my home network struggle to read udf format disc burnt on -r media- if you're wondering why i don't just burn udf
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Old Mar 22, 2004, 11:17 AM
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it might be that, i remember when i used xbmp 2.3 for the first time and i couldnīt read a mpeg, dvx from a cdrw then someone told me to use udf format and select force xbox, iīm talking about a year ago, but never used it anymore bacause i started using my pcīs hdd to watch movies and listen music.

Thanks Nimbles.
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Old Mar 24, 2004, 06:08 PM
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anyone know what format of dvdr with divxs any of those DIVX players accept ?

WIll the dvdrs with divx movies I am burning play on a divx player.

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