|Quoting Klaus (Reply 1):|
You can generally connect your computer to your TV... it just depends on what your TV is capable of. Which kinds of inputs does it have?
|Quoting Kunoichi (Reply 9):
Do I need some sort of cable then?
|Quoting Go3Team (Reply 11):|
My DVD player can play Divx, and Xvid files. I haven't tried any other types yet, but I record them on DVD+R discs, and they play fine.
|Quoting Kunoichi (Thread starter):|
already have a DVD player that plays files compatible with DivX, but you have to burn the files onto a CD first, which is rather costly when we're talking about 1 GB a month... and sometimes, my files can't cope with DivX
|Quoting Klaus (Reply 10):|
But if I remember correctly you had a laptop; A direct cable connection should be feasible then.
|Quoting Kunoichi (Reply 16):|
Ohhh, waddya know... it DOES have "S-Vidout"
Looks like it'll be easier than I thought...
|Quoting Kunoichi (Reply 20):|
Couldn't find the manual, but the type of inputs it has:
and the odd TV signal input that's round with a round bit in the middle and didn't have a name on it...