Player (no software) for *. avi files with DV encoding searched
Frage von martinolex: Oktober 2014
Search a player () is no software that can handle the *. avi files with DV coding -2 play of the USB hard disks.
Background: Over the years, has collected about 4.5 TB in my DV material. They are right of the D8 or MiniDV camcorder Hi8 of imported or digitized data. There are cut movies like this (but the older the shots and we :-() the more complete look at the great desire or seek any sections that were then unattractive. At the moment this is possible only on the Calculator. Transcoding to MPEG or another format for me would be too expensive.
I have already tested the following: - DVICO 6500 - Mark-700 (In the description is DV25) - Ellion HMR350 (The description is DV25) - LG RH387 - JVC DR-MH300
Tracks all negative. DVICO, Mark, Ellion and LG are trying to play the AVI file, and complain about "invalid format". JVC DV format can indeed internal but not of USB hard drive.
Does anyone know, perhaps such a device () In addition to computers that can do that. Thank you very much.
Antwort von steptics:
First thing: Unfortunately, I know of no such synonymous player. However, I am looking for something similar a multimedia player of synonymous tragabren can play DV AVI (synonymous Video Out). If he would have a USB input synonymous then he would be suitable for you ;-) even synonymous
Antwort von RickyMartini:
DV-AVI is supported normally of no portable multimedia player.
The reason: There are not just like a DV CODEC, but a number! Therefore, should any player on any DV codec available, which is not feasible, as synonymous license fee charged for these codecs are!
In general, MPEG encoding, the result is clearly defined. Thus, each player knows what he needs to decode the video. This requirement is not clear is on DV-existent, because there is no uniform specification for a DV codec exisiert. In virtually every cooking DV editing software manufacturers his own soup or uses an already existing codec.
Antwort von martinolex:
So still time: JVC DR-MH300 has the function but unfortunately no USB interface. Dh is possible. The question is: whether, and if implemented where?