What file format do dvd players use?

Answer DVD video discs contain digital video files compressed using the MPEG-2 (Moving Pictures Expert Group-2) standard. MPEG-2 is also used for Super Video CDs (which are not common in the United States... Read More »

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What CD Format Do Car CD Players Use?

Most car CD players use the same CD format that every CD player uses, which is called Red Book audio. Some newer car CD players also support data discs holding MP3 audio, as well as CD-R and CD-RW ... Read More »

What format do USA DVD players use?

DVD players in the U.S. play the NTSC format, which delivers video at 30 frames-per-second (fps) with 525 lines of resolution. DVD players in Europe and Asia typically use the PAL format, which del... Read More »

What format do car CD players play?

Most car CD players play CD-R discs burned in audio format, also known as .cda format. When users burn an audio CD in CD-burning software, the software automatically converts it to .cda format. Mos... Read More »

What format do all dvd players read?

The actual format is called "Redbook".But as you noticed - not all DVD players can even read DVD+R or DVD-R disks. And Funtrai - is not a big or well known brand so I suspect it wont work.