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Is it hard to burn Avi and Mpeg files to Dvd+r/-r???

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by dipset121, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. dipset121

    dipset121 Regular member

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    Is it hard to burn Avi and Mpeg files to Dvd+r/-r to be played on a dvd player??? Does nero provide easy access in doing this??? What programs or tools do I need to properly burn avi and mpeg files to a single dvd???
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    try vso's divxtodvd to convert it, then use copytodvd to burn it.
     
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    where do i get those from??? and are they easy to use???
     
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    is this program easy to use?
     
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    I found it very easy to use but be prepared...It takes time (hours sometimes) to convert to DVD format
     
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    is the quality good in the movies when burned to the dvd???
     
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    The output quality depends:

    http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/convert_avi_to_dvd.cfm

    Read the paragraph labeled under: [bold]Lossy Compression?![/bold]

    If your file was encoded with Divx/Xvid and was compressed, basically, you would not be able to regain some of the information that the original one had.

    You might not notice anything, usually, but it may be kind of blurry if the file you used to convert was compressed.

    If you're skeptical on using VSODivxToDVD, here's a link to freeware and shareware converters:

    http://www.videohelp.com/tools?s=35#35
     

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