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MPEG to DVD

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by swpkigy, Mar 16, 2005.

  1. swpkigy

    swpkigy Member

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    I dled a video and i want to burn it to DVD. I want it to start up without me having to go through any menus. Sorry I tried looking through the forums briefly, but I simple haven't the time. Thanks in advance

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    Use the guide at my website called "Convert AVI to DVD" the link is in my signature.. :)
     
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    Nice site, thx :)
     
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    No problem let me know how it comes out :)
     
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    swpkigy,
    BBmayo is fast at typing than I am
     
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    Lol, yeah it turned out great. Took a while to get it into VOB but that's ok because it only took about 10 mins to burn :) Then I just did it through DVD Shrink.

    You guys saved me so much time you dont even know.
     
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    swpkigy,
    Glad you got it all figured out. By the way any program is going to take a while to convert from AVI to DVD it's just a fcat of life, but DivX to DVD is probably one of fastest out there at doing that. By the way save your DivXtoDVD somewhere safe because any version after that one won't be free anymore :-(

    Car.Mike,
    If I type faster than you then your are really friggen slow LOL ;-)
     

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