Hello, I recently bought a Coby DVD-227 mid-size DVD player to replace another DVD player I had on loan from a friend. The previous DVD player was a Memorex brand. I have a large collection of music video most of which are MPEG-1 Muxed files and the remainder are DivX (with MP3 or AC3 audio). I burnt some MPEG and DivX videos onto a CD-R using Finder (10.4) and as expected, the Memorex found all the MPEG files and played them fine (wasn't expecting DivX's to play). When I put this same ISO9660/Joliet CD-R into the Coby DVD player, it gave me a "Wrong Disc" error. I investigated and the "Wrong Disc" error mesg means the DVD player can't find any playable files on the medium. I then tried a number of re-burns to get the Coby to play video files, including renaming all the file extensions to .MPG, .MPEG, and .DAT (to see if it was picky about that). I also put in every CD I could find that had MPEG or other video files, but none would be recognized as playable. Finally I burned a new CD-R with a variety of MP3's, JPEGs and every MPEG I could find, and the MP3's played fine plus I got a great slideshow with fade effects of the JPEG images, but still the MPEG files were not recognized as playable. Since DVD-Video is essentially MPEG-2, I expected all DVD players to be backward compatible to MPEG-1 (ala VideoCD). Any ideas how I can get my music video collection (MPEG and DivX) into any format playable by a Coby DVD player? I don't mind the wait time necessary to transcode them into whatever codecs/format needed. But can it be done? Thanks in advance.