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burn avi to cd with k3b

Mon Apr 22, 2013 10:31 pm
Is there a way to burn avi to cd with k3b? When I tried the disc became unusable. I tried to open the disc on 2 different computers with no luck.
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Re: burn avi to cd with k3b

Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:03 pm
does it open on the pc you burned it on?
do you have issues burning other types of file?


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Re: burn avi to cd with k3b

Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:25 pm
google01103 wrote:does it open on the pc you burned it on?
do you have issues burning other types of file?


No. I see the data but I can't open it with any media player program.
I burn ISO's all the time with no problems.
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Re: burn avi to cd with k3b

Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:57 pm
if you copy & rename it back to disk does it play?
any errors listed in the k3b log?
try opening the file using mplayer from the command line just: mplayer fullpath_filename and look at the output for errors

try the verify written data option


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Re: burn avi to cd with k3b

Thu Apr 25, 2013 2:15 pm
google01103 wrote:if you copy & rename it back to disk does it play?
any errors listed in the k3b log?
try opening the file using mplayer from the command line just: mplayer fullpath_filename and look at the output for errors

try the verify written data option


For some reason I can't use the open disc option with my media players. I have to use the open file option. I guess avi's are special. It also works fine with mplayer when I give the full path.
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Re: burn avi to cd with k3b

Thu Apr 25, 2013 2:33 pm
it's not supposed to play as you imagine, the optical disk is formatted/written as type data disk with an avi file on it not a video/music disc like a cd or a dvd.


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