Playback Problem on my Home Theater

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    bloggerbloggerplasma New Member

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    Hi I have a movie file on my PC with the following specs:

    *** VIDEO INFO ***
    Input Type : XVID(GVC)
    Input Size : 640 x 320
    Output Type : YUY2
    Output Size : 640 x 320
    FrameRate(Frame/sec) : 0.00 (29.97)


    *** AUDIO INFO ***
    SampleRate(Sample/sec) : 44100
    BitRate(Bit/sample) : 16
    Channels : 2
    KBitRate(KBit/sec) : 96

    It is a 699 MB file with .avi extension.I burned this movie file onto a 700 MB CD(as data cd using Nero) for playing it on my Sony Home Theater.When I try to play it the movie plays,then stops abruptly after 9 seconds.I also tried burning it with Windows,in case Nero had goofed up,but that too didn't work.
    I tried fast forwarding the movie in the player as well,but movie stopped after 9 seconds.
    The movie plays fully on my PC though.
    Please help out on this.Thanks in advance.
     
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    krishnandu.sarkar Simply a DIGITian

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    I think u need to write the CD as Video CD to play in Home Theatre
     
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    Not really. I have burned several movies as Data CD to a CD and am able to play the movie on the home theater.
     
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    looks like ur HTsys does not support DivX format try encoding movie in avi format (Imtoo Converter) (any video converter) and try again
     
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    The movies that I mentioned in my earlier post were DivX only. If the problem was with the format then I doubt the player could have played the first 9 seconds.
     
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    Maybe DVD burner is at fault. Burn on some other DVD RW and report.
     
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    I don't know; I have written several movies to CDs before and quite a few after this one. Perhaps the movie file itself is corrupted.Thanks for the replies anyhow!
     
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    try to repair avi file. their are many avi repairing tools available on internet.
     
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