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downloaded avi movies to dvd9 disc

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by fulla, Jun 9, 2007.

  1. fulla

    fulla Member

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    does anyone know how i can burn my converted,downloaded movie onto a dvd9 disc please.
    using nero vision express to convert but wont allow me to burn onto a 8.5 gb dual layer disc.any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. pstamer

    pstamer Guest

    Try to google it. Worked for me. Try typing something like avi to dvd9. Hope this helps.
     
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  3. gwendolin

    gwendolin Senior member

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    I cannot see why you cannot burn your AVI files to DVD9 using NeroVision...I do it all the time (using DVD5). The normal size of a movie in AVI format is around 700/750 mb which will fit onto DVD5.

    What is the message you are receiving.
     
  4. fulla

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    thanx for the reply.i understand that the avi will fit onto a dvd5 disc.
    i have done that with a single movie download,but when a movie is in 2 parts,i would like to burn it to a dvd9 disc rather than have the quality reduced to fit onto a dvd5 disc.in the case of 2 parts nv says its to big to fit a dvd5 but will fit dvd9.i want to burn both to make the movie complete.does this make sense.
     
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    2 parts movie? y not put the 2 part together to become one since you'll be using a dvd9. I'll try to find a software but i think nero has one just not sure though. also your saying u cant burn to dvd9? what does it say? insufficient memory? if thats the case u just need to click a tab on the bottom right of the size meter and choose dvd9. hope this helps.
     
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    rdmercer1 Active member

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    convertxtodvd2 will do the job for you, also both parts of your file will fit on a single sided dvd5
     

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