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      12-01-2014, 06:30 PM   #1
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usb video format

Hey guys,

quick search didn't show me anything concrete. I did the dvd in motion coded through alex@alpine and so far nothing seems to be reading on the multimedia screen (moving or not, park or drive).

USB in the front or glove box.

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Does the drive have to be empty with JUST the movies? Or has to be in folders? File formats? Thanks.
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      12-01-2014, 08:19 PM   #2
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Umm. Can you play movies from a USB media source? First I've ever heard of this!! If yes, what format / container must they be in? I thought it only supported DVD video or video from an iPod Touch / iPhone 4 with the proper snap-in adapter?
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      12-01-2014, 10:08 PM   #3
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LOL that may explain why it isn't working...
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      12-03-2014, 04:20 PM   #4
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so if i'm making a dvd for my daughter in the back, what format can I use then? mp4, avi, etc. Or a full dvd rip. Or an oem Dvd... lol
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My understanding is that DVDinMotion coding allows you to put a DVD in (like you would on any other DVD player) and watch it... You can't have video files on a disk or USB drive. Though that would be great!
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so if i'm making a dvd for my daughter in the back, what format can I use then? mp4, avi, etc. Or a full dvd rip. Or an oem Dvd... lol
You have to create a DVD from an authoring software. There are several DVD making software available (PC/Mac) which let you import MP4, Avi, Mov, etc. Saving video files on a DVD-R is not the same as creating a DVD! A ripped DVD should work.
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