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AVI to DVD software?

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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
Can anybody recommend any free software to convert an avi file to dvd format?
I downloaded the convert x trial but it says it will leave a watermark over the screen as it's only a trial.
Thanks in advance

On Win7
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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#1
This also works.
WinAVI Video Converter
#2
Just looking at dvdflick now thank you
Tried WinAvi Video Converter but that too says it will leave a watermark as it's only a trial
banned#3
tried most but xvid4psp is the best

http://www.winnydows.com
#4
i use convertxtodvd 4 yes not free but manage to aquire it. it is a brilliant peice of kit though.
#5
Thanks all, am using dvdflick atm
#6
I bought winavi, great hassle free program, burning DVD's is too slow of a process though, I have been buying the family those cheap media players (Sumvision Cyclone) £20
#7
Windows Live Movie Maker. Put in an AVI file and burn a DVD with menus etc, or have i missed a trick here are you after video.ts or iso files?
banned#8
fred74
Windows Live Movie Maker. Put in an AVI file and burn a DVD with menus etc, or have i missed a trick here are you after video.ts or iso files?

how long to convert?

convertxtodvd takes 30 mins to burn a 2 hour film including conversion for me.
#9
fred74
Windows Live Movie Maker. Put in an AVI file and burn a DVD with menus etc, or have i missed a trick here are you after video.ts or iso files?
Haven't got that, is it free to d/l?
All I'm after is to enable avi files to play in a normal dvd player. Works ok as avi on my dvd in house but not the car one. Not very technical here I'm afraid so something quick easy & straightforward is what I'm after :)
#10
I use convertxtodvd, free via the usual places ;)
#11
louiseb84
fred74
Windows Live Movie Maker. Put in an AVI file and burn a DVD with menus etc, or have i missed a trick here are you after video.ts or iso files?

Haven't got that, is it free to d/l?
All I'm after is to enable avi files to play in a normal dvd player. Works ok as avi on my dvd in house but not the car one. Not very technical here I'm afraid so something quick easy & straightforward is what I'm after :)

Sorry I mean windows DVD Maker...Wikipedia Page
Only available on premium Windows Vista/7 apparently though. But if you have one of these it's pre-installed.
Simplicity doesn't cut it with this, put in the file, you have the option to edit menus to some degree if you like then set it off burning, it's that simple.

Edited By: fred74 on Aug 21, 2010 20:14: Add more info
#12
Yeh I have that but it got right near the end and then said it failed :(
#13
after trying dvdflick and convertxtodvd, I have to say that convertxtodvd won hands down.
Its much simpler, and actually worked whereas dvdflick didn't produce me a dvd that would work on any player, be it standalone or computer.
banned#14
fred74
louiseb84
fred74
Windows Live Movie Maker. Put in an AVI file and burn a DVD with menus etc, or have i missed a trick here are you after video.ts or iso files?

Haven't got that, is it free to d/l?
All I'm after is to enable avi files to play in a normal dvd player. Works ok as avi on my dvd in house but not the car one. Not very technical here I'm afraid so something quick easy & straightforward is what I'm after :)

Sorry I mean windows DVD Maker...Wikipedia Page
Only available on premium Windows Vista/7 apparently though. But if you have one of these it's pre-installed.
Simplicity doesn't cut it with this, put in the file, you have the option to edit menus to some degree if you like then set it off burning, it's that simple.


Just tested windows DVD maker vs convertyxtodvd converting and burning a 74 minute tv episode

convertxtodvd - 27 minutes

windows dvd maker - 2 hours 7 minutes!

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