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Personal AVI files to DVD?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by 311saint, Jun 24, 2004.

  1. 311saint

    311saint Member

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    Hi! Sorry if this is answered elsewhere, but I promise I spend a good 30 minutes looking for it and I didn't find anything on it really. So, here I am. I've got some .avi files here. Some stats on one of them...

    Audio
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    Bit Rate: 85kbps
    Audio Format: MPEG Layer-3

    Video
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    Frame Rate: 25 frames/second
    Data Rate: 107 kbps
    Video Sample Size: 24 bit
    Video compression: DIVXMPG4 V3

    Don't know if that was of any use or anything, but it's there anyway. Anyway, what I'm wanting to do is take this file above and burn it onto a DVD+R, since I already know my PS2 will accept those. My question is how do I take this file and get it onto a DVD+R to where it's viewable on my PS2. I tried using TMPGEnc and I can't get the file size low enough to put it on a DVD. I don't need fancy subtitles, chapters, or menus, I just want to have the file on there, period. Any help, as usual, is much appreciated.
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  3. 311saint

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    Yeah, I tried following that, but like I said "I tried using TMPGEnc and I can't get the file size low enough to put it on a DVD." Which is true unless I choose low-resolution, which I'd rather not do.
     
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    Bump...
     
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    What OS are you using?
     
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    Wow, thanks to everyone for their help...

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  8. Persy

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    i would like to know the same......i have a 4500mb avi and i wanna put it on a dvd....but i don't wanna reduce the quality....is it possible?
     
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    you know what....i think im just gunna split the avi into two mv2s and convert them seperatly with IFO edit into vobs then copy them on seperate dvd's....i don't mind switching dvd's if the quality is still there
     
  10. andmerr

    andmerr Guest

    try this cucusoft at the address below.
    http://www.avi-vcd.com


    once the file is converted try using tmpgenc dvd author to finish your compilation to dvd

    or just split your file into 2 with a simple splitter
     
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    I have only used TMPGEnc a few times, so I am not an expert.

    As you have NTFS, you don't have a file size limitation. As you are dealing with is a compression issue, I personally think you are up against the wall with a sw limitation. I think that the TMPGEnc Plus version will do what you want...but it might be best to post a thread directed at those with Plus experience.
     

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