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Convert AVI, Xvid, DivX to DVD

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by koola, Nov 15, 2003.

  1. MzBeanz

    MzBeanz Member

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    I too am having this problem and have no idea how to rectify... was there a resolution? thankls
     
  2. Fisti1

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    I got a question hopefully someone can help me with this..., I convert .AVI files with DivxToDVD, they work fine on regular DVD players or MSIDVD on a PC, but when I try to play them on media player clasic , or windows media player, They won't play?, Original DVD's will play but not the conversions, Does it have something to do with a setting or the DVD's I'm using ?, And what's the difference between DVD-R & DVD+R ?, Thanks for any help anyone can give me !
     
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    Convert it using DivxToDvd, then use Dvd Shrink to back it up making it into an (.ISO)
     
  4. steeda50

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    I been using convertx to dvd for a while with no problems.. I burn movies onto dvds with no problems.. I got a movie the other day in .avi and usually it takes 1 hour to convert. Well this time it said 5 hours. Well I let it go took forever to DL. So I let it go over night next day still says 5 hours its 17%converted . I dont understand the problem. it plays fine on my vlc player. Any suggestions??
     
  5. bulldogz

    bulldogz Guest

    A lot of people are using convertx to dvd.It isn't free so you could try this software. Its the predessor to convertx to dvd.
    I would give the serial key to convertx to dvd as I have the unlocked version,but I don't know If Im allowed to put it on here.

    ***email removed***
     
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  6. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    Of course not, plus email removed
     
  7. Ripper

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    Lol, "get a clue" comes to mind.
     
  8. n19htmare

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    alright guys and gals, can someone tell me which one of these programs is Multi-Threaded?
    or what programs/codecs I need to quickly convert my Xvid files to DVD?

    Doesn't have to be free.
     
  9. mommy3

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    does anyone have a reg code for super dvd creator?
     
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    Hi there,

    I'm trying to burn a DivX avi to a dvd and having real trouble. It had VBR mp3 audio so I used VirtualDubMod to save the audio as an uncompressed wav, it came out the same length as the original avi.

    I frameserved the video to CCE 2.66SP via Eclcce, using the following simple avisynth script.

    clip=AVISource("E:\Working\input.avi", False)
    aud=WAVSource("E:\Working\input.wav")
    AudioDub(clip,aud)
    ResampleAudio(48000)
    LanczosResize(720,480)
    ConvertToYUY2()

    Seems to encode no problem but while the audio comes out as an mpa the proper length, the video stream winds up 4 minutes short throwing my audio way out of sync. The entire video stream does encode I'm not missing footage off the end.

    The original avi was Progresive 23.97, I tried using the pulldown in CCE and tried without adding pulldown afterwords with a couple of tools.

    I'm probably missing something obvious did my best to follow the settings in the guide at the beginning of this thread, but I might have messed up. If anyone has a suggestion it would be appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Shamus.
     
  12. loenho

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    hey i got poweriso 3.8 but not sure how to use it, do you know where i can get a guide or tips on it? of course i wanna start off buy putting my avi to dvd.
     
  14. mistycat

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    Edit: wrong thread
     
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    Edit: double post
     
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  16. NFoxx

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    I would recommend VideoCharge. I've been using it for about 1 year and I'm completely satisfied with it. No problem with converting DVD to AVI! More information about this program you can find at videocharge.com
     
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    just a quick note to announce the ConvertXtoDVD 3 RC1 is available on the vso software forum
    This version has a lot of new features, such animated DVD menu, and optimization for Quad and Dual-core CPU, also a new Quality Advisor wizard.
     
  18. divxmania

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    i discovered a preety cool new site providing detailed guides on the topic

    looks like it's on the works
    check it out!
    http://www.divx-to-dvd.com/
     
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    I've been using tmpgenc to convert AVI files to MPEG successfully. But recently i encounter error when converting AVI file. I did the same procedure, but there is an error message that say "cannot open, or unsupported." what could be the problem?

    The file information:
    bit rate : 127 kbps
    audio format : lame mp3
    frame rate : 23 frames/sec
    data rate : 139 kbps
    video sample size : 24 bit
    video compression : DivX
     
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