Click the Create Account button on the Login window and fill in the required fields. Account was created, I registered the Philips online with Divx, and then downloaded and burnt the activation video - which played fine, by the way. Completing this step in the registration process is key to playing DivX videos on your device as it will help us verify that your DivX Certified DVD player is secure and Insert a blank CD-R into your computer's CD burner and select Burn to Disk -- the player will burn an activation disk for you (you may also save the activation video http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-play/cannot-play-protected-divx.html
Problem: 1) Unable to playback Divx VOD file I purchased online. The activation video is supposed to load some sort of authenitcation token (I guess) onto the player so it is "registered" to play the content... The player will then automatically download a unique activation file for your device. Issue: Cannot playback VOD Divx file on Philips DVDR-3455H. http://www.askmefast.com/Panasonic_BD75_cannot_play_protected_divx_video_from_usb_device-qna3363423.html
neil.selden6th February 2007, 00:27Hi, Thanks again. setarip_old5th February 2007, 23:33And then:To enable your DivX Certified DVD player to play VOD videos, go to the Tools... If you encounter any problems, please visit our FAQ section. I did have to "activate" my DVD player using some special video that Divx puts out - that video played no problem at all.
Thanks, Neil setarip_old5th February 2007, 23:29Did you first do the following?: (per the vod.divx.com site)Once you locate your device's activation code, you must then create a DivX VOD account. The Philips does playback a Divx file I downloaded from Stage6. 2) I then tried to "fix" the Divx VOD by processing it with Dr Divx. Click the Register Device button on the Device Manager window, and select the brand of your device. I tested this same converted file on my PC using the Divx player, with the same pixelation problem. 3) As a test, I used the Divx file from Stage6 (which the
Insert the activation disc into your DivX Certified DVD player and hit play Next, pop the activation disk you created into your player device. Any insight? neil.selden5th February 2007, 23:07Hi, Thanks for your answer... http://labs.divx.com/node/1657 But yes - I followed all those directions.
To create an account, go to the Tools... Then, simply enter your device's activation code in the required field. And that activation vidoe is also a Divx file... If your Philips is similar to my 642/37 regarding its handling of DivX VODs, I'd suggest you re-read the documentation, which will show/tell you how to use the player-specific registration number
Background: 1) Using Dr Divx 2.0 2) Divx codec version is 6.5 (i had also tried the it with version 6.4) 3) Divx codec version of VOD movie I cannot view https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/3v0a7x/cannot_play_a_wmv_file/ Doom9's Forum > Hardware & Software > Hardware players > Cannot play VOD in Philips DVDR-3455H PDA View Full Version : Cannot play neil.selden5th February 2007, 20:50Hi, Yes, the ORIGINAL file plays just fine on my PC using the Divx Player. Thanks, Neil setarip_old5th February 2007, 22:57Unless something's changed, I'm guessing that the DivX VODs you've obtained contain a license limiting playback to the machine you originally used for the download.
Device Manager menu in the player. check my blog But I did follow the Philips instructions, as well as those on the Divx website: both indicated to burn and play the activation disc/video, at which point I am supposed to Also - other non-DRM protected Divx files play fine on the Philips. The activation video should play indicating that your DVD player is ready to begin playing our partners' video-on-demand movies.
Thx, neil vBulletin v3.8.9, Copyright ©2000-2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-play/play-copy-protected-dvd-on-pc.html Creating this account will let you download and play DivX VOD videos on your computer.
So if you have 3 DivX Certified DVD players, you will need to create 3 different CDs -- one for each device. 3. User Account menu in the player. I don't know if I have a codec version issue, or perhaps it has to do with the settings?
The video does not play at all (pre conversion with Dr Divx) or does play (post conversion with Dr Divx), but is so horribly pixelated, you cannot see the video. If our activation video plays without any problems, you're good to go. I set it to convert to Divx Home Theatre, with "Balanced" quality. But the file I converted using Dr Divx does NOT play on my PC either - the picture is also badly pixelated.
It is important to note that you will need to create a separate video for each device you would like to activate. You may also optionally name your device to help you keep track of multiple devices.