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Torrent file to dvd

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by Steve_in_kansas, Oct 18, 2011.

  1. Steve_in_kansas

    Steve_in_kansas Member

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    I have a bunch of torrent files I have downloaded and I would like to start ripping them onto dvd copy. My question is what is the simplest and easiest way to burn them.
     
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    attar Senior member

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    DVD Flick handles a range of file types.
     
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    Steve_in_kansas Member

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    Thank you for responding from my understanding this will allow me to take straight torrent file and copy them to dvd and into any dvd player.
     
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    guides link in sig
     
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    Well it still didn't work I give up its to much of a pain in the ass to mess with this crap. I waited 3 and a half hours for a dvd to burn on my computer for a friend only to find out that it didnt work out in the end. I don't have a clue as to what I am doing wrong but for 3 and a half hours I am not going to try again.
     
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    Three and a half hours to burn? What file format are the torrent files in?
     
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    avi file... I have no idea what i did wrong i used dvd click and yeah.
     
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    Were you multi tasking while dvd flick was running? I sometimes notice that it runs slower when you multi task. If not, it may have had trouble converting part of the file.
     
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    I shut everything down but that program... and when it got done i gave the dvd to my friend and it said disc error.
     
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    could be the blank media(disc) was no good.could of been a hd movie and the dvd player doesnt support hd.

    as for dvdflick seems to take me between 40mins and 90mins to encode and about 15mins to burn.im running a core quad q8400 processor (2.66ghz).a slower computer will take longer.also it should have priority (or encoding speed) set that to above normal for encoding.never had 1 movie fail with it so far.
     
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