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burning tv episodes to a dvd

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by wackydeli, May 3, 2005.

  1. wackydeli

    wackydeli Member

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    ok, i dunno if this is the place to ask but, i was wondering if there were any good dvd programs to burn multiple tv episodes to one dvd? most of the episodes i have are in avi format. i have been using nerovision for some, but was wondering if there were any better ones because nero sometimes messes up and has problems with audio sync
     
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    sure, just try divxtoDVD.. or just email me at arthurkingcamelo@yahoo.com
     
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    @Trung8221

    You need to edit your message to take out your email, before you get in trouble, it is against forum rules
     
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    sorry about the e-mail address.. .. did not read forum instruction.... .. .. thank you.
     
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    I find the best way to burn TV episodes onto DVD is with a DVD recorder. My wife bought me a Sanyo DVR-500 at Walmart for around $100. It works great. The menus are kind of ugly, but I can put around 6 hours on one disk. In order to share them, however, I find I have to copy them from +RW to either -R or +R with DVD Decryptor and a DVD burner on my laptop. The DVD players I have access to cannot handle RW.
     
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    when you say that, do you mean one you would hook up to the tv?
     
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    Right. The Sanyo DVR-500 hooks up to the TV like a VCR. It can record onto either DVD+R or DVD+RW. It cannot record onto –R or –RW formats. It works best to record onto +RW format until I get it just the way I like it. This way, if I mess up in some way, I can delete and start again without discarding the disc or losing previous work. When I fill up the disc, I take it to the burner connected to my laptop via USB, and using DVD Decrypter, copy it on to either a +R or –R.
     

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