I'm a little bit familiar with video formats but are stumped with the requirements Xoro makes for this model:
https://www.xoro.de/produkte/details/xoro-hsd-8470/ (in German)
There is a bit more information in the manual and here is a translation from DeepL, as I can’t find any English language documentation (I assume this device is sold under different brands in other countries):
“If the distance between the individual I-frames of MPEG-4 files is more than 30 seconds, there may be interference during playback. When creating MPEG-4 files, please note that video and audio can only be played with the "interleave" option.
Files with the extension *.avi, *.mpg and *.mpeg will be displayed and played if necessary. Other formats are unknown and may not be displayed. Different MPEG-4 codes are supported. They must be created according to the recognized standard MPEG-4 Part 2 (MPEG-4 SP/ASP). Otherwise errors may occur during display.
Container formats like MKV, MP4 or similar are not supported.
The H.264 or VC1 codec is not supported.
Supported audio formats in MPEG-x files are:
MPEG-4: MPEG-1/2: Sampling Frequency: Bitrate:
AC3, PCM, MP3, WMA
MP2 / MPA
8 - 48 kHz (MP3) or 32 - 48 kHz (WMA)
8 to 320 kbps (MP3) or 32-192 kbps (WMA)”
I want to burn Videos I downloaded with Youtube-DL on a data DVD. I usually use Handbrake but I can't even find all settings that are mentioned in the manual.
Any help where I can find the necessary information or what software to use instead would be appreciated.
Should I even do this on a Mac or would a PC be better suited? Would it be possible to force Youtube-dl to download/convert to a fitting format?
Maybe someone knows under what name this player is available in English speaking countries. That could help in finding answers as well.
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