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Avi - Dvd using nero express

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Noddy_36, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. Noddy_36

    Noddy_36 Member

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    I've converted a number of avi files to be able to be written to a dvd using divx-dvd converter, now i want to write the files to a dvd. When i wrote 1 file to dvd it worked fine and was watchable, but when i try and write a cpl onto dvd it doesn't recgonise past the 1st file, the files are tv files downloaded and i'm lookin to write them so i can watch them in continous order. Any Ideas
     
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    scf_au Regular member

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    What kind of files do you have after the conversion (e.g. Video_ts folders? Vobs?).
     
  3. bbmayo

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    Noddy,
    Check out the guide at my site (link in sig) I believe this is what you are lookin for :) Its called Convert AVI to DVD.. You already did the first part with DivXtoDVD so just skip down to using Shrink when combining the files on one DVD.. Good luck :)
     
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    The files i'm creating are the video_ts files
     
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    bbmayo Active member

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    I know.. Just use the guide... :)
     
  6. shanev

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    Hey bbmayo, I am currently using your guide to try and burn a downloaded movie; I am in the DivX to DVD converter phase and I'm getting several 'video packet dropped due to error in frame #' messages. I'm afraid to continue without asking if you know anything about those messages.
    Thanks, Shane

    Oh yeah, sorry to hijack your thread noddy.
     
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    Sounds like you got a bad file to begin with? Wont hurt to let it convert then play it on your puter before you burn it to see if anything is a miss..
     

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