|I've downloaded a Divx / AVI video file (one complete movie), and I was told that it is possible to burn this Divx File to a CD-R, which in turn can be viewed on a TV using the new Phillips DVP 642.|
Was Divx designed specifically so that a complete movie (120 or 180 minutes) could be burned onto a single CD-R or CD-RW??
I first tried to burn this video on a CD-R using Windows Media Player, without success because WMP handles only Audio files more or less.
I'm told that I need Nero 6 Ultra to burn this type of video CD but the specifications for video burning say Pentium 3 - 1.25 mhz min, and for Video you must use CD-RW not CD-R (I've got 750mhz only on my home computer, my wife has a faster laptop if necessary). Is Nero the best for this or is Adaptex better??
I'm getting all this information from the salesman that sold me the Phillips DVP (which the spec says does play Divx) so I don't know if I'm getting 100% of the story. At this point, I have the Divx File (700mb) on the PC & I have the latest & greatest Divx Phillips DVP, but burning onto the CD seems to be the missing link.
Thanks for any help.