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Converting torrents and putting them onto dvd

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by Walty87, May 6, 2007.

  1. Walty87

    Walty87 Member

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    Hello,
    Firstly I want to apologize if this question has been asked a million times, Ive been trying to figure this out all day and couldnt so I thought Id post my own question.

    So Im new to downloading torrents and burning and things like that. I have downloaded several torrent videos which I cannot play on my computer using Windows Media Player or anything like that. I believe they are in xvid codec(?). I have downloaded ConvertXtoDvd and Media coder, but am having problems. Everytime I try using these files it says the program or whatever Im running doesnt recognize them or something I dont know.

    Basically I dont know what Im doing. I have to decrypt these xvid files? And then I need to change their type to something that I can burn onto a dvd-r? What free programs can I use to do this. I know alot of people download torrents and then put them on dvds so I know it can be done.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, especially in a compete laymen's terms!
     
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    steo46 Regular member

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    what program did you download the torrents with eg: bitcomet or bitlord etc.
     
  3. Walty87

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    I believe it was torrentspy
     
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    steo46 Regular member

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    i used convertx2dvd to put these typs of files on dvd without any problems.
     
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    TY4ever Regular member

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    If you want to keep the files you downloaded in the same format,i.e xvid,you could burn them as data disk in nero and to play them,you could use vlc player.


    Vincent.
     

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