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Avi files to DVD

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by ColinK20, Mar 15, 2004.

  1. ColinK20

    ColinK20 Member

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    I;ve have read through all of these threads and i'm just more and more confused, i made a VCD the other day but tit can only fit about 80 minutes worth of video on the cd, whats the differance of a SVCD, more space? and i'm looking for good, EASY software that will let me burn avi files onto a dvd disk because my avi files are to large for VCD, someone help?
     
  2. memcco

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    you made a vcd the other day...from a dvd or an avi? you've got some researching to do, my friend. 80 minutes is all a you can put on a cd in vcd format. in svcd the bit rate is higher so you can put less on it. bitrate for vcd is 1150...svcd minimm is 1500..it's better quality. burning avi files to a dvd? why? for storage? a dvd player will not play avi files..non i know of. make an iso dvd if for storage.
     

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