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Burning AVI

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by MSAA9993, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. MSAA9993

    MSAA9993 Regular member

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    I want to burn about 4 180MB avi files to a DVD and i want to make them work on ALL DVD players. Can someone tell me how?

    I usually use convertxtodvd to burn avis so it converts to DVD but that uses 4GB from a 700MB avi file but works on all dvd players.
     
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    hi

    did you try loading all 4 avi in and encoding? try it!
     
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    can you help me do that
     
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    just like loading 1 in add the other 3 the same way! or highlight all 4 in the same folder, and if you want a menu for each set that in options
     
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    But how do i make it work on DVD Players. Will it work just by burning it as AVI
     
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    (burning an avi may work if you have a divx player) otherwise you need to convert to dvd.

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    its all in the title of the app!

    ConvertX to DVD

    load 4 avi's click go and just pop a dvdr in ya drive#

    wait a couple of hours (have a coffee)

    relax ;-)
     
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  8. LOCOENG

    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    So true...easy peasy.


    Load em up and let em go.
     

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