Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by ernet, Oct 25, 2005.
Can any DVD Recorder read (play ) jpg & mp3 files recorded on PC DVD builtin writer ?
Well I just assumed that they all did - presumably I am wrong. My Pioneer DVR-433H does. And, having an S-video input, I can connect my old VHS recorder without the fuss that some other threads seem to identify (Panasonic thread).
As far as I know none of the known DVD recorders can that or .... it is my poor english..... . Let me explain again.
I have a lot of pictures ( jpg. files or mp3 filec ) on my PC's HDD. Than I can record them on CD in my PC' builtin burner and play ( see ) them on any DVD Recorder.
BUT the capicity of DVD media can store much more ( over mentioned files ) for sure. So I can record mp3 and/or jpg files on my PC's DVD Recorder. Now I do not know any of standalone DVD Player/Recorder which can recognize and play it.
I dont't wanna boring you but ... i couldn't find the answer anywhere else.
I have a Pioneer DVD player and a Toshiba XS34 DVD/HDD recorder, neither supports the playback of MP3's/Jpegs on DVD. Both will play MP3/Jpeg on CD,s. If I want to put large amounts of music onto a DVD I use Audio DVD Creator you can find it here
It encodes the music as a Video DVD and allows up to 45 hours of music depending on the bitrate that you use.
Yep, good idea indeed. thanks.
The LG 7500 plays divx / mp3 / wma / jpeg from DVD as well as CD
I think that some of the Philips and Samsung do the same
Now I already know. I've just read Pioneer DVR 530's manual and the answer is:
jpgs - YES
mp3s - NO
hello, i have a sony rx510 dvd recorder. i tried a dvd with jpegs and initially it seemed to work well, but then i realised that it was only reading a small part of what was on the disc. i get the impression it will read up to about 650-700 MBs, i.e. the capacity of a cd, and then ignore the rest.
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