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Anyone know how to burn a film in avi format onto a dvd so that it can be watched on a dvd player?

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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
I've got a few films on my computer that my dad would like to see, but he hasn't got a computer that he can watch them on. I'm trying to work out how to burn them onto a dvd for him. I'm guessing that I need to download something. Any help would be great as I haven't got a clue what to do!
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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Use Nero/photo And Video/make Your Own Movie
#2
Use ConvertXtoDVD or DVDflick, both good tools. Probably prefer the first though :)

If you need any more help just ask :D

BFM
#3
I used this program before which seemed pretty good but it isn't free

http://www.xilisoft.com/avi-to-dvd-converter.html

I use Nero to burn most DVD's but I can't remember if it will do the converting as well and I can't check as I'm still at work :'(
#4
You need to convert the A.V.I. format to a DVD format, for this you will need some software. I would suggest CONVERTXTODVD this is the software I use and it works very well. Another option is to get a media player like the ones they sell in Maplins put in your own spare hard drive,connect to you PC via usb copy the films over to the media player then connect the media player to you TV and you can then watch A.V.I. films on your TV through the media player.
Hope this helps you
Brian
#5
Do you have Vista Home Premium? Then Windows DVD Maker is good.
#6
avi2dvd ,very easy to use, full tutorial here:)
#7
BurningFeetMan
Use ConvertXtoDVD or DVDflick, both good tools. Probably prefer the first though :)

If you need any more help just ask :D

BFM


Best software I think!!
#8
BurningFeetMan
Use ConvertXtoDVD or DVDflick, both good tools. Probably prefer the first though :)

If you need any more help just ask :D

BFM


Are these things I need to download or do I need to buy them and install them on my computer?
Thanks for your help.
#9
just download the free software i posted , it's very easy to use :thumbsup:
#10
i think they are both free to download.

http://www.dvdflick.net/<-- DVDFlick homepage

http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/?ap=avangate&aid=2202<--- ConvertXtoDVD

Just had a quick read and ConvertXtoDVD will put a watermark on your dvd unless you buy it. Unless you get it from an alternative source perhaps?

Maybe have to stick with dvdflick? Give that a go first and see what you think.

Just FYI conversion will take approximately 2:1 so if the movie is 1.5hr allow 3hrs. Rough guide only, depends on lots of stuff :)

BFM
#11
BurningFeetMan
Use ConvertXtoDVD or DVDflick, both good tools. Probably prefer the first though :)

If you need any more help just ask :D

BFM


Seconded, ConvertXtoDVD is the best I've come accross.
#12
you could try just burning the avi to the cd
some dvd players do play avi's/divx even if they are not divx players
and tends to be the cheaper end of the market ones
worth a punt as a cd only cost about 10p
and if it does work you can then try to burn about six 700mb films to 1 dvd so thats six films for about 20p
WE CAN ALL BEAT THE CREDIT CRUNCH
banned#13
get convertxtodvd version 2.0

version 3 is rubbish and doesnt autoburn to DVDRW!

I find it takes about an hour to convert & burn a 2 hour movie

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