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Xvid and DVD + menus


litlbudy

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Most... Just walk down any isle in any retail store. Very few around here will have DivX or Xvid. I don't know a single person with one.

Perhaps your area of the country is short on innovation, Gary.

 

There are 120 different DVD players listed here (click on link) which are DivX Certified, and the certified ones are just the tip of the iceberg. Really new players are into Ultra DivX.

 

I have two players, and both play AVIs using DivX and many other codecs. One (Philips) is over a couple of years old, and the new one has a USB 2.0 slot to play DivX movies from a pendrive or portable USB hard drive.

 

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Brendon

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Walmart has a few under $40! I've never even looked. Actually, I've only been to Walmart a handful of times......can't stand it but the wife has gone so many times, I never have a need to go.

Radioshack also has one for under $60. They are out there.

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Hi Litlbudy,

 

My DVD players will also play DivX/XviD AVI files on a data disc [what modern players won't??] so I could really use a simple menu system which would show thumbnails of the clips on a data disc and let me select from them. Unfortunately EMC 10 can't do this.

 

EMC 10's 'Video Copy & Convert' uses the advanced DivX 6.x menu system. It will make you a DivX DVD with a menu, but only by re-coding all your source files and combining them into one huge DivX file with your menu embeded. All your clips must be converted and combined into the one file to appear in the menu, and that clearly isn't what we are after.

 

:(

 

Regards,

Brendon

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Most... Just walk down any isle in any retail store. Very few around here will have DivX or Xvid. I don't know a single person with one.

When I purchased mine, I noticed divx was included in all the ones that were also dvd recorders but only a few that were standard dvd players. I found that odd. I haven't look in a while to see if anything has changed.

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Most... Just walk down any isle in any retail store. Very few around here will have DivX or Xvid. I don't know a single person with one.

 

Many players I see include DivX, mpeg, jpeg. I have 2 players that play these formats.

A search on www.videohelp.com lists over 150 DVD players that play Divx.

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