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burning dvd from bitcomet

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by lasenby39, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. lasenby39

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    Hi, i am a complete novice. I have got bit comet and have downloaded some films for the kids. I am seriously struggling to convert them onto dvd r. I have installed an external dvd rewriter as my dvd drive was broken, but cannot get them to burn on to a dvd. i have installed nero 9 trial but still am unsuccessful. can someone please please please talk me through the process, kids are driving me crazy!!!
     
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    What is the file extension of the file(s) you downloaded?
     
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    not really sure, they all end in dvdrip.axxo
     
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    They're most likely avi. Encode and burn through DVD Flick (free) or ConvertXtoDVD (not free and trial leaves watermark) and either it or ImgBurn (free) to burn. You will most likely need something like WinRar to extract the avi from the rars unless they already are. And a good rule of thumb is burning at 1/2 the rated speed of the media.
     

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