I've been trying this for some time now, but I don't want to use up any more CDs/DVDs.
So basically I want to get a mp4 movie I made (took me a friggin 8 hours with this old rig [worktime to actually make it PS 3 compatible inclusive]) on CD to play on the PS 3. But somehow or the PS 3 just doesn't read the CD or it doesn't show me the content on it (even if I press "Display all")... This first happened to me with a DVD where I had stored all of my albums; reburning that DVD in UDF-Mode helped make the PS 3 read it, but ISO-Mode was a no go. However, UDF-Mode does not help for CD... What can I do?
This may sound silly but make a folder called videos and place all your videos inside that folder and just burn it as is. From what I have been reading that is all that is needed albeit you have the proper mp4 format etc etc etc.
Yes, I tried all that, but it's just the PS 3 isn't reading my CD for some reason (or not showing me what's on it) so what I did was putting my Video on a Memstick ProDuo and from there copy it on the PS 3... Works without a flaw....
I suppose it is just some stupid XMB-Bug; gotta try putting on my PS 3 Linux some day and see whether it reads the CD or not.