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Burning AVI files (without converting)

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by FireRaven, Jul 15, 2007.

  1. FireRaven

    FireRaven Member

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    Ok, so heres my problem. I want to burn AVI files to a dvd, however no mater what program I use, they all convert the files. What I'm trying to do is burn mulitple movies onto one disc and since avi files are considerable smaller I figured I would be able to do this. Now after reading various threads I think I know how to do it but I want to make sure I am correct in my thinking. I have a dvd player that specifically plays dvix movie files. So if I use dvd decrypter and burn them as a data disc my dvd player should play it correct? Now heres the next question. Can I burn more then one file onto the disc??? I haven't tried it yet because the series of movies is on a different computer right now. Thank you in advance for hopefully solving my problem.
     
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    Yeah, just burn as an ISO data compilation. You can fit say 6 700MB files. If any files are 2+GB's then you have to burn as UDF which reduces compatibility (some players don't like UDF for data).
     
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    How do I go about doing that?
     
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    Well DVD Decrypter as I recall could only burn ISO's so you would have to create the ISO first with something else.
     
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    DivX Player works for me; use it all the time. Drag & drop any avi file until you have filled the CD/DVD, then burn. They all play fine in DivX certified stand alone DVD player. Use DivX Converter for mpeg to DivX.
     
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    DivX Player works for me; use it all the time. Drag & drop any avi file until you have filled the CD/DVD, then burn. They all play fine in DivX certified stand alone DVD player. Use DivX Converter for mpeg to DivX.
     
  7. barricade

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    Or use Nero and burn it as a data DVD. Just drop all the AVI's and burn, works like a charm
     
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    I want to thank you all so much for your help. I downloaded divx player and it works like a charm. I finally got rid of the 20+ movies I had on my computer. Thank you all again!!!!!
     

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