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AVI to DVD Conversion

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by Becks24, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. andmerr

    andmerr Guest

    thats ok........where are you
     
  2. Becks24

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    ok I I had a look at the files using AVICodec

    The first file which I will call CD1 has the following:
    Video codec name: DivNetworks DivX 5.0 A1 codec: name Mpeg Layer-3
    File: 699MB 1 Audio Stream 70% Quality
    Video: 617MB 144KBPS 23.976fps 576x320 DX50 = DIVX 5 Supported
    Audio: 82MB 192KBPS 48000 Hz 2 channels 0x55 = MPEG Layer-3 Supported

    CD2 has the following:
    File: 700MB 1 Audio Stream 74% Quality
    Video: 627MB 1640KBPS 23.976fps 576x320 DX50 = DIVX 5 Supported
    Audio: 73MB 192KBPS 48000 Hz 2 channels 0x55 = MPEG Layer-3 Supported
     
  3. andmerr

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    the files will convert with divx to dvd, how fast will depend on your pc's ability.It may take an hour or longer but thats the way of things these days

    before you begin what are your pc stats.

    when you do this log off the net, disable your virus protection and just let the process happen.Encoding is resource hungry and the less applications running will make the process go quicker and wont interrupt the data flow.then i guess i'll see you in a couple of hours then

    have fun

    andmerr

     
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    Ok makes sense now, I have a fairly fast computer, yeah would be best to disable to anti-virus and that, to make it go bit quicker. I usually try to have very little programs running when burning etc.

    Thanks for all your help, apprecaite it

    I will let you know how I go. Probably will not be today now as its very hot and humid so going to give the computer a spell for a while

    Thanks

     
  5. andmerr

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    no probs
     
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    hi again

    I had a go at encoding the files through divxtodvd, then go to recode it using Nero and it doesn't pick up the files to import.
     
  7. andmerr

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    what version of nero dod you have, is the screen like the one below

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    I have Nero 6 Ultra
     
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    I can't afford to download any more megabytes for this month nearly over my limit, I was thinking of purchasing the newer version Nero 7 Premium. At this stage will stick to watching the files as separate avi's on my computer.

    Will let you know how I go. thanks
     
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    Got it to work, am using the newer version of Nero
     
  12. andmerr

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    awesome
     
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    Glad I got it to work, thanks for all your help

    Cheers
     

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