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AVI too DVD

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by evo5zigen, May 12, 2004.

  1. evo5zigen

    evo5zigen Guest

    is there any way i can make a DVD using AVI files...TMPGEnc only does Mpegs....i need a prog that works just like TMPGEnc that will support AVI. i havent tried DVDLAB yet i heard it was good but does it support AVi?
     
  2. Nephilim

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  3. evo5zigen

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    there has to be a easier way to do this man lol...that way to complicated for me ^_^' think theres a prog that will just do it for me justlike tmpgenc kept that its AVI
     
  4. ScubaPete

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    Hi and Welcome to the Club,

    You didn't mention that you just wanted to copy it.
    We thought you might want to play it - If you decide you want to play it an alternate method is AVI to MPEG2 DVD compliant THEN TMPGEnc DVD Author to go from the MPEG to your VOB’s.

    You, of course could always search our files yourself

    There are many ways to burn your AVI to a DVD if you don't want to play it on a DVD Player. As long as you have your laptop handy just use Nero :)

    cheers,

    Pete

    PS. That man, Nephilim, just answered your question on his own free time - Let's check our attitude before you post or the only thing you'll find easy here is the way to the door -
     
  5. evo5zigen

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    i do want to play em on a dvd player, but i dont know how to do it. When i used tmpgenc it says that my file was not supported. i dont know what the porb is since avi is a mpeg2 right?? bleh i need help scuba im getting stressed out over this!!
     
  6. evo5zigen

    evo5zigen Guest

    i do want to play em on a dvd player, but i dont know how to do it. When i used tmpgenc it says that my file was not supported. i dont know what the porb is since avi is a mpeg2 right?? bleh i need help scuba im getting stressed out over this!! i want to make the DVd look all fancy with a menu and all..but the damn program wont let me open the file...think its cuz its a avi??
     
  7. jim_dandy

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    you can use TMPGEnc to do avi's,to get around the unsupported error:go to options/enviromental settings/vfapi plugin/right click on direct show multimedia reader and raise the priority level to 2

    to get a menu try dvd author or dvd lab or many others available. I use dvd author trial version available: http://www.pegasys-inc.com/
    dvd author guide:http://www.dvd-guides.com/guides.php?category=dvdauthor&name=tmpegencdvdauthor

    good luck
    jim
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  8. evo5zigen

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    jim i still have that problem!!! i did wat u said and it stilll does that !! says unsupported!! what do i do!?!? GHahhh soo FRUSTRATING!!! -_-
     
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    see if you can figure out your problem with this thread,if that doesnt work im out of ideas:http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/40101
     

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