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I am not a movie buff but I have a huge ( about 4 gig ) of MP3 and WMAs. All ripped from CDs that I own. The reason I ripped them was to play them right through my computer without worring about changing CDs.

Anyway, I want to store the collection on a DvD (Data DVD and not music DVD) and I would like to know if there is a portable (or mini) dvd player that can play the mp3 and wma files from the DvD.

I have an old mintek dvd player (for regular DVDs) that plays mp3s stored as data files in a data CD but it is not able to play mp3s stored in a DVD.

Any suggestions?
 
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