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I have download a movie from xvid and burned it to a dvd-r disc but it won't play in my magnavox dvd player. it keeps reading disc error on tv screen. what should i do?

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Normally you cannot directly put some video files to a regular DVD player. You need to convert and burn these video files such as Xvid to DVD and then you can play them on DVD players.

Make sure you a blank disc with enough space to store the video and the disc drive for you to insert the disc. Then you need a burning program to convert Xvid to DVD. Here are some burning programs for your reference:

Leawo DVD Creator
It supports more than 180 formats. Videos in formats like AVI, MKV, MP4, WMV, Xvid, MOV, and FLV can be burnt to DVD-9 and DVD-5 discs. It can create DVD with high speed and high quality.

DVDStyler
It allows not only burning of video files on DVD that can be played practically on any standalone DVD player, but also creation of individually designed DVD menus.

DeVeDe
DeVeDe is a Linux-only DVD authoring solution that requires a minimal amount of dependencies to do its job. DeVeDe supports a large range of formats

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Format data coded not supported
convert it through a converter software . eg,XVID TO VOB.EXE or MPEG it will work

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