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  • DVD burning

    I have a DVD burner...is there anyway I can burn an AVI file onto a DVD so that it will play in a DVD player?
    What an idiot....

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    Re: DVD burning

    Originally posted by Tui
    I have a DVD burner...is there anyway I can burn an AVI file onto a DVD so that it will play in a DVD player?
    Yes there is, but it involves using a DVD authoring program, or something like Nero (an all in one burning/conversion program).

    The program I use for DVD authoring is Ulead DVD MovieFactory. It makes the menus and everything - you just choose what to put on the DVD, what you want the menu to look like, and it converts it all and burns the DVD.

    Be advised, tho - converting and burning can take up to a 1/2 day or more depending on what's being converted. And this is on a pretty fast and beefy PC.
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      Re: DVD burning

      yes...I know I use two programs to do it, but I don't remember what they are off the top of my head. It's been so long since I used them. I back up ones we've purchased so the original doesn't get scratched and I hardly ever buy dvd;s anymore...LOL...I also like to just burn the movie part without all the ads and crdits. I ahte skipping through those...LOL

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        Re: DVD burning

        http://www.videohelp.com/guides.php?...or+List+Guides

        There you go.

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          Re: DVD burning

          Originally posted by Demigod
          Yes there is, but it involves using a DVD authoring program, or something like Nero (an all in one burning/conversion program).

          The program I use for DVD authoring is Ulead DVD MovieFactory. It makes the menus and everything - you just choose what to put on the DVD, what you want the menu to look like, and it converts it all and burns the DVD.

          Be advised, tho - converting and burning can take up to a 1/2 day or more depending on what's being converted. And this is on a pretty fast and beefy PC.
          I use MovieFactory and Video Studio as well from Ulead, and they are fantastic. Easy and simple if you want, or full control (especially from Video Studio) for menus, content, etc. And yes, you better have at least a P4 (or similar AMD) with 512MB RAM (1 GB is better).
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