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BEST AVI TO DVD

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by lfawcus, May 6, 2007.

  1. lfawcus

    lfawcus Member

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    i usually use convertx but im am bit bored now lol...and wen i used lab pro, the audio kept going out of sync?

    which avi to dvd is the best? (with menus?)

    thanks
     
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    DVDLab Pro is an authoring program, not an encoder.

    IMO, to get the best results, you have to do the steps separately. The best encoder that I've used is ProCoder.
     
  3. lfawcus

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    yer...im using dvdlab pro 2 now and ive sorted out the problem i was having.

    i just wondered whether there were other authoring or encoding programs which were good?

    what is imo? where can i get it?

    thanks
     
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    lol imo is in my opinion, but its whassups opinion. lol im just reading and knew that question. lol everyone has noob moments every once in a while...
     
  5. lfawcus

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    lol well yanar! thats a new 1 lol! so do u convert movies to dvd? if so which encoder/authoring program do u use?
     
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    for avi to dvd i use apollo divx to dvd creator,this ptogram is a little slower than convertxtodvd but the output dvd is better.you can use the trial version at support@createdvd.net.
     
  7. lfawcus

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    thanks...u ever had problems with it?

    do u get good menus? if there r any to create?

    thanks
     
  8. barlaa

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    You can add avi from the hard drive or capture from your camcorder

    Professional DVD menu and animated transition effects
     
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    thanks i use winavi already and i it is good like
     
  11. daveb923

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    I use DVD Flick; it converts the .avi and burns it using ImgBurn. It's pretty fast too: +/- 90 minutes from .avi file to a DVD that I can watch on my home player....
    I've used it over 50 times (maybe over 100, who knows) and I've NEVER had a bad disc, NEVER!!! And DVD Flick is so easy, it's almost idiot proof. A how-to guide is available if anyone is interested here: http://beginwithsoftware.com/videoguides/dvd-flick-guide.html This is a very basic guide aimed at beginners. There are more advanced options available once you know what you're doing; but this basic guide is all I've needed to author perfect DVD's from .avi files. You can download DVD Flick from here:http://sourceforge.net/projects/dvdflick/ or from here: http://www.majorgeeks.com/DVD_Flick_d5530.html
    Check it out!!! You'll like it!!

    daveb923
     

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