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best way to convert avi to dvd and burn as a dvd?

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
ive tried using winavi to convert the avi to dvd and burning with nero but the video stutters its unwatchable
ive also tried burnin the video_ts files onto disk as data and my dvd player cannot read the disk
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#2
Use ConvertXtoDVD, available from the usual sources and remember to burn your DVD's at a slow speed.
#3
I used a program called dvd santa, was pretty good. had a water mark at the bottom of the screen becuase it was the free version.
now a use the dvd writing tool that comes with win 7.
#4
Gimme
Use ConvertXtoDVD, available from the usual sources and remember to burn your DVD's at a slow speed.


+1 really easy and always perfect,
#5
I used to use Nero Vision (I think thats what it was), But convertx is the mutts nuts :)
#6
What sort of avi is it ?
There is the avi format like the one when you capture from a camcorder , uncompressed DV file ,this will be a
large file , then there is the compresed avi ,the likes of Divx and Xvid .You'll certainly know the difference by the file size , a Divx may be 750or 800mb for a 1and a half hour file in which case as suggested you would use
ConvertXtoDVD . The other avi you would import into a video editing program .I use the aformentioned program but for other formats I use Sonic DVDiT ,this is a DVD creator [authoring] program , add a background ,then add your video file ,any format .ie mpeg ,avi, wmv and it puts it straight onto disk perfectly .
Never had a problem with this program yet , but I've never tried it with divx or xvid files.
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DVD Creator 3

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