Question about Kenwood Car Audio & Video
I converted files such as .mp4 to .mpeg2 so that the kenwood ddx719 would read them but to my supprise some files will play while others won't. I have no idea why they wont. Please help
Any video file that is .avi requires codecs. Most players don't have a comprehensive list of codecs on their chips though they have divx and xvid on many devices these days. divx and xvid are codec types of .avi. Types such as .mpg or .mpeg or mp3 or mp4 are older and more compatible with most equipment. mkv may not work
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had the same problem. It is illegal to watch videos while driving hence why they dont tell you how to play youtube off of card and usb. But after hours of testing converted videos here what works for me. download pazera free flv to avi converter. after that you will have to custom convert the videos with these settings....video format is MPG custom MPEG-2/ FPS 29.97. Audio mp3-mpeg- layer 3/ bit rate 128 and i added stereo-2 for kicks. last but not least custom resolution (Based on size of screen) 720x480. (for 3.5 inches. you can adjust for size. convert and it works :)
Posted on Oct 05, 2013
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