What File Types Do DVD Players Read?

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MPEG1 (VCD), MPEG2 (DVD), CDA (CD Audio), MP3 and JPEG (photos) are the file formats popularly supported by most DVD players. There are also DVDs the support MOV, MP4, AVI, WMV, WMA and MKV.
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1. Go "Start" and select "Computer" or "My Computer. Open a folder that contains a file you want to use on the DVD player. Double-click the file to open it.
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Newer DVD players will play many computer video, audio and photo files, but the DVD format is more than a single file. It is a folder structure that includes vob files as well as
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.3gp is a phone format. It is highly unlikely that a DVD player exists that can read it.
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When movies are put onto DVDs, they are encoded in MPEG-2 format and then
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A DVD player will only read a standard DVD. If you want to play Blu-Ray DVDs, you will need to use a Blu-Ray DVD player.
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