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So little AVI's, So Little TIme (Not!)!

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by BioSpank, Sep 15, 2004.

  1. BioSpank

    BioSpank Member

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    Hey All, Im new to afterdawn so any questions I ask in the next week or so should be classified under "NEWBIE". Anyways, getting that out of the clear.. My question..

    I downloaded Teen Titans Season 1 (Half hour each) and I'm trying to burn the season on DVDR. The format of each episode is AVI and are 155mb/each.

    Now, I'm trying to find out how to put more then 4 episodes on each DVDR. I've seen it done with other people burning like 6-8 episodes on ONE dvd and was trying damn hard to find out..!

    Also, When I burn the actual DVD, it takes (2) hours to burn it. I understand this is because it's taking the AVI and converting them to MPEG-2 format, is there any way I can convert the files myself faster, and if I can, how?

    Anyways, thanks a whole lot for the heeelp.. I appreciate it kindly!
     
  2. john179

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    To convert an average size avi file i use winavi in a average time of around 12 min per avi file.To put more episodes i use ulead dvd for one simple reason is quicker than tmpgenc.I have tmpgenc and has it's uses great programe but speed is not one of them.Have a look at these programes they are really easy to use.
     

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