How to Convert/Burn WMV to DVD Player Format on Windows/Mac
Edit WMV videos: You can also customize the video project by adding DVD menus. And WMV is not compatible with all media players on Mac.
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How to Burn WMV to DVD on Mac/PC Flawlessly
Desktops Speciality level out of ten: Mac or PC. What version of WMP? Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. That is simply the format of the files that are adapted to Windows Media Player. I did not realise there were different types. They are like. The version of WMP is the version for Mac 9,0. There are many compatibility issues so you really need to open the file in a player and do a Get Info to what the variant is. You say they used to work but don't now. It is the ones that I have burnt to DVD that don't work, and there only the.
Convert WMV to DVD Player Format on Windows or Mac
And here it is only on Mac that they are not recognised. And thanks very much for your trouble. File Name: Windows Media Video Quality: There are no rights Opening in WMP on Mac: Media Properties: Video Audio Codec: Windows Media Video V7 Location file: How did you burn the DVD, which application? If you copy the files from the DVD to the Mac can you now play them?
Put the DVD in, then dragged the files into the folder, then burnt it. And yes, when I ccpy them to the hard drive, they play, as I discovered earlier. Obviously the files are OK if they play once copied to the HD.