Burned DVD issue for Car DVD player

vbimport

#1

Hi

I have burned my own dvd from MP4 format but when i tried to run from Car dvd player, i have to apply 2x zoom. I have tried to burn dvd in PAL and other standard but i didnt get the desired results. Kindly guide …
thanks


#2

Hello zshan, and welcome to the forums.

First off, does your car dvd player support playback of mp4 files without conversion to dvd-video? Look in the manual for the player and see if it does, and what specifications are needed in the mp4 file. Normally, you’d just need to burn these as data [B]if[/B] the player supports mp4 files.

Next, we’ll move on to dvd-video. PAL or NTSC standards would only apply to dvd-video, and vary depending on where you live. Most of North America uses NTSC standards, while most of the rest of the world uses PAL. What program have you used to convert the mp4 files to dvd-video?

If you need to convert mp4 to dvd-video, I’d suggest a free program called AVStoDVD. Here is a guide for using it: http://club.myce.com/f32/avstodvd-guide-331620/

To do the actual burns to a disc, I’d recommend ImgBurn. Use good quality discs, like AZO Verbatim, or Taiyo Yuden, and burn at a moderate speed. If you need more detailed instructions on the burns, we can provide that.


#3

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2707792]Hello zshan, and welcome to the forums.

First off, does your car dvd player support playback of mp4 files without conversion to dvd-video? Look in the manual for the player and see if it does, and what specifications are needed in the mp4 file. Normally, you’d just need to burn these as data [B]if[/B] the player supports mp4 files.

Next, we’ll move on to dvd-video. PAL or NTSC standards would only apply to dvd-video, and vary depending on where you live. Most of North America uses NTSC standards, while most of the rest of the world uses PAL. What program have you used to convert the mp4 files to dvd-video?

If you need to convert mp4 to dvd-video, I’d suggest a free program called AVStoDVD. Here is a guide for using it: http://club.myce.com/f32/avstodvd-guide-331620/

To do the actual burns to a disc, I’d recommend ImgBurn. Use good quality discs, like AZO Verbatim, or Taiyo Yuden, and burn at a moderate speed. If you need more detailed instructions on the burns, we can provide that.[/QUOTE]

Thanks for the help:)

actually i downloaded few HD mp4 files and later i converted them into VOB files using DVD Flick (PAL format). still width of videos are not in correct for any dvd player. i have gone through dvd flick post also but no luck :frowning:
MP4 are wide screen and i have chosen wide screen option in dvd fick title options… any thing else i can try ?


#4

You may try this software http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/.
I have been using it for many years with 100% success.
This will solve your problem.


#5

Good recommendation Ulenspiegel They have a new V5, and its works a treat.




#6

Thanks for the kind words, Alan. :wink: