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Burning a 1080p, 10-bit video file to DVD

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by randwill, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. randwill

    randwill Member

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    I have an mkv movie file that is 1080p, 10-bit video. I would like to burn this to a dual-layer DVD. I normally use ConvertXtoDVD for this task, but it doesn't work for this file. Video comes out as only a solid green screen.

    Is there another DVD converter app that can handle this mkv file or is there a program I should use to convert the original file to something else so ConvertX can work with it?
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    Try AVStoDVD.
     
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    Thanks. I just tried it and got: 'AviSynth Error! Avisynth open failure: FFVideoSource: Can't create decompressor: Unsupported compression method,... ect."
     
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    Thanks again for the responses. But I'm not looking to get into figuring out why the software didn't work. I was just hoping there was a program out there that worked for everybody with this type of file, so I can burn the movie and share it with my family on a stand-alone DVD player.
     
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    Have you tried DVD Flick?
     
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    Can't say if the following is any good might be worth a look

    dvdlogic
    freemake video converter
    format factory
    the filmMachine
    any video converter
    super
     

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