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copying avi (or mpeg, etc.) to DVD to watch on DVD player

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by tintin100, Sep 21, 2003.

  1. tintin100

    tintin100 Member

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    I have been having a lot of trouble recently, trying to burn a movie I download off of Kazaa or get from my friend in avi format. Someimes when I burn it, I get everything but the least 10 minutes of a movie and sometimes I get nothing. Please help me with this becasue I have no idea what to do!
     
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    Nero Vision Express will convert .avi to .mpeg

    XviD are tricky files to convert , if you dont know what file you've got then d/l [bold]'G-Spot'[/bold] and it'll tell ya.
     
  4. koola

    koola Guest

    Download mpegs in future as it is easier if you wanna put them on DVD or VCD.

    Check out AD's guides section for more info.
     

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