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DivX to DVD-R

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by angelo21, Mar 6, 2005.

  1. angelo21

    angelo21 Member

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    I have tons of movies currently saved on CD-R as DivX. What is the EASIEST way to burn them on a DVD-R so I can watch them on my DVD player...???
     
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    Thanks bbmayo. I tested your process out on a small DivX file and it worked!! I am going to try a full length movie next...Thanks again...
     
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    thanks! it sure will help a lot!

    Questions...

    1) Does it handle subtitles as well?
    2) This maybe a bit dumb, but what exactly do you do after you press the button "Convert"? I mean, how do you burn all that onto a DVD? How do you do it with Nero, for instance?
     
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    If the subtitles are already there yes it will copy them. If not no it wont create subtitles for you. To burn the files after converting there is a guide at my website (link in sig) that shows you exactly how to do that :)
     
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    Hey bbmayo...
    As I stated earlier, I used the DivXtoDVD converter you requested on a small DivX file and it worked. I tried one of my full length DivX movies(694mb)and it seemed like it only converted about 20% of it. Can you only convert small DivX files with this???
     
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    No i convert DivX files larger than 2GB most of the time with that program.
    How much space is on your HD?
     
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    I have over 30G of free space on my HDrive. Its weird...I have the source file loaded and I hit convert...The time remaining shows 1hr. About 10 minutes later it says covert complete...but the time remaining still says 1hr and only half of the movie was converted??????
     
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    Try re-installing DivxToDVD and see what happens.. Is you computer maybe running hot?
     
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    Teleported :)
     
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    Uncle Boogers bumper dumper ROFLMAO
    Hey what happened to the tupperware Nephilim LOL
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    The tupperware had to get bumped because the bumper dumper was just too good to pass up :p
     
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    in response to bbmayo....
    I tried another movie yesterday and it backed up the entire file...This other DivX must have been a bad file or something. I will keep trying.....So...This is the easiest way to convert DivX movies to DVD-R?????????
     
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    What could be easier then loading your file, and hitting convert?
     
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    aaaa loading your file and not having to hit convert... LOL

    Really thats why I love the proggy its easy it works good and best of all its free!! Just a little note though get the newest version now because this version is the last one that will be freeware so get it now and save it someplace special.. :)
     

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