View Full Version : Multiple AVI's on DVD, can Kiss handle that ?
I intend to buy a DVD-(re)writer for my PC (I'm thinking of a Lite-On or a NEC 1300)
Yet I'm wondering: if I burn multiple AVI's on it, can a KISS DP-500 handle that ?
I'm a newbie on creating DVD's so please forgive me if this question sounds very stupid :oops:
Thanks in advance
Hi, yes KiSS can handle that.
I would suggest adding each movie (with or without subs) to be stored in a seperate folder.
This will give you a folder menu when loading the disk.
Otherwise, if placed multiple files in the root, KiSS will start plying the first file and continue the next after first file is finished...
Movies existing of two avi's (part 1 and part2) can be stored in one dir so
KiSS will play them nicely as one movie... (Skipping to part 2 when part 1 is finished)
Thnx Hi Jack,
I'll Go out shopping :lol:
Guess that means i can fill a whole DVD with mp3's as well which gives me for about 45 hrs of music ? Or does Kiss have problems with such large playlists?
Some have already posted problems with huge lists...
As long as you devide the MP3's in Folders, you should not get into trouble.
Just try to keep a limit on the "count" of files in one dir.
We have not yet tested how many files work fine but around 300 files in each dir would not cause any problems...
Someone else might have an idea on the limits. 8)
I'm not a big music user...
DP-500: I have a dvd with 24 avis in root and a subfolder containing pictures, how come I can't navigate to the avis and it starts by showing only the pictures? i also can't get any folder menu or anything :(
You probably have your images in the folder called PICTURES , when KiSS see this folder it's imeadiatly think it's Kodak Picture CD :( .
So just name it otherwise .
yes i do... crap... another dvd wasted :(... i'll remember this for the future... thx
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