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Are there any conveters that put everything into iso?

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  1. D_rew

    D_rew Member

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    Like avi, wmv and stuff. I have a movie on my comptuer and I want to make it into a dvd?

    Thank you in advance.
     
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    ill try that, thank you sir.
     
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    You can also use DVD Flick (link:http://www.majorgeeks.com/DVD_Flick_d5530.html) It convert AVI, WMV, MPG, and others into standard DVD format and into an .iso and it burns it to disc using ImgBurn which is built in. Here's a link to a how-to guide for DVD Flick: http://beginwithsoftware.com/videoguides/dvd-flick-guide.html
    VSO's ConvertXtoDVD works well too. It creates a folder with all the .vob files, .bup files, and .ifo files needed for a DVD. You can then burn these files using Nero or your favorite DVD burning software. Here's the link: http://www.videohelp.com/tools/ConvertXtoDVD It will do NTSC/PAL conversions (as does DVDFlick) also. Every so often, I've run into an AVI that's encoded with a codec not recognized by VSO, but DVD Flick has ALWAYS worked perfectly! I've never had a bad burn with DVD Flick. It takes about 90min to 2hrs from AVI file to finished, watchable DVD for your home player.... check 'em out!

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    Oh yeah.... for best results, burn your movies at 8x or less. I use 4x most of the time. Yeah, it takes longer, but the quality difference is worth it. If you burn too fast, you can get audio/lip sync problems, pixelation, and artifacting, an nobody wants that. So be patient, and be happy!
     
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    @D_rew

    Here's another very good converter that will do it for free:)
    SUPER © v2007
    http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html

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    Use imgburn to burn to disk, yet another very god application that's also FREE.

    Now that should make you happy:)
     
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    Will this converter work to put your movies to IPod ?
     
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    It should, from the site it states:

     
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    wow. thanks alot of help :)
     

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