I have an Sanyo Xacti C1 Camcorder which records in MP4 format with AAC codec. I tried to use a Philips 642 to play burnt DVD-R and it only plays the Video with no sound. I found out the 642 will play DivX with ic Mpeg4 with AC3, but it does not decode AAC. Can anyone recommend a DVD player, preferably cheap, that plays standard MP4 files with AAC audio?
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Seems unlikely that you'll find any - at least I've never heard of/seen any...
Why don't you burn the aac as an audio cd then rip that to mp3??? Then you could encode that with the video and you should be ok.
KevinDonatello - The Shredder? Michelangelo - Maybe all that hardware is for making coleslaw?
I read somewhere that the Philips 642 uses ESS chips that actually supports AAC. Do you know if the latest firmware upgrade for this machine supports AAC or when it will?