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    XBOX 360 - MIXED MEDIA CONTENT DISC

    Problem 1: Xbox plays some avi's, not all of them. So a disc is wasted.

    Problem 2: Some files have audio problems. Here's the strange thing:
    On my computer, some of these have normal audio.

    And for others, even with the audio volume on the VLC Player and CPU speaker turned at 100%, still barely any sound.



    On my Xbox, for all the files with audio problems, even when I turn the tv to 100% volume, I still get barely any sound.


    And yes, I tried that xbox360 iso thing, ImgBurn. WOuld not let me burn on a DVD-R/RW disc. I was told not enough space.

    And I tried converting the file to the Xbox format using a Video to Xbox converter. Same 2 problems (see above).

    Having a lot of these problems. Google isn't really helping either. Guess it isn't as reliable as I always thought. I wasted a whole pack of discs (50 were contained) because of these 2 problems!

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    I haven't experienced any problems with AVI files, but I have the optional media update download (Optional Media Update - Xbox.com). As for converting, converting to MP4 or WMV should work fine (those formats are compatible with Xbox, although I think with MP4 I had issues until I got the optinal media update mentioned earlier).
    As for the audio problem I'm not sure on that.

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    you could also try streaming via windows media center. it will play almost anything with a codec pack
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    Got the Optional Media Update already.

    I could do the Windows Media Center. But that would mean having the files on my cpu. I burn to disc so I don't have to keep files on the cpu. Plus, I won't have to keep the cpu on.

    Again, this is just with some avi's, not all of them. Even some mp4's I just found out today,

    I don't know if I should decrease the audio or increase it for the ones that have audio problems.

    Anyone know any one software that will either increase or decrease audio for any video under any format (avi, mp4 or any other) regardless of whether audio is AC3, mp3 or anything?

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