How to connect USB / SD to DVD player?

More efficiently use of DVD player external interfaces

If you have a DVD player with USB / SD interfaces, you have the opportunity to put together your own small video library. Of course, this method is not only suitable for playing films, but also for playing music. It is important that your DVD player also supports the formats saved on the hard disk. You should note the following:

  • The storage capacity of the hard drive should be as large as possible. (PS. Autojoy DVD players can support up to 128 GB of card slots.)
  • Only save media formats there that are also supported by your DVD player. The common formats are DivX, MPEG, XVid, AVI and the well-known MP3 format for music.
  • It is best to use DivX or XVid playback for films as this is the most space-saving format.
  • Supported formats of Autojoy DVD Player are: DVD / SVCD / VCD / CD / MP3 / JPG / AVI / MPEG / DIVX.
  • Since the titles are often abbreviated, it is best to rename them so that there is a better overview of the external hard drive.


Connect the external connections to the DVD player

Before connecting the external connections to the DVD player, you should format them. It is important that it is formatted on a Windows operating system because some DVD players find it difficult to accept when with Linux formatting.

Then connect the DVD player via USB / SD connection.

Now switch on the DVD player and observe on your screen whether the hard drive (USB / SD) has been accepted as an additional data source. If not, you should repeat the formatting and try again.

If you have previously carried out quick formatting, now carry out complete formatting. This may take a little longer, but that's for sure.

Finally, you can then play the contents of USB / SD on the player.

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