I recently purchased the LG Progressive Scan DN191H DVD player with HD Upconversion. It was a good deal, and I wanted the DiVX playback. The player works pretty well, and I am really enjoying the DiVX and SVCD capabilities.
The player had a sticker on the top of it, listing off a few of its main features. In the section listing off its memory card reading capabilities, it lists MS Pro Duo as one of the cards it accepts. However, I soon learned that they do not in fact fit into the memory card slot, and had to (carefully) fish my card out with a pair of tweezers
. Did the sticker have incorrect info, or am I missing something about how I should have inserted the MS Pro DUO? I also have a camera that uses XD cards, and those pop right into place in the slot.
I find that the player plays DiVX files well, but every now and then, it loses audio sync with the video. It remains out of sync until I stop the video and restart it (it restarts where I left off... I just press "stop" once, and then "play"). Is this a problem with the video codec, or do I need to upgrade the firmware of the player? Any other ideas as to why this would be happening?
In addition to this, some DiVX movies experience "image breakdown" problems... parts of the image on the screen will drastically pixellate, and will remain that way until the scene changes and the pixellation is essentially "wiped clean". Since this only happens with a few videos, I assume this is an encoding issue as well. FYI, the videos with this problem play back perfectly on my computer.
Thanks for any advice and help!