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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Im new to dvd burning.

I tried to burn through windows media player but it didnt turn out, i thought it was because im burning an avi file.

So i download avi dvd burner however it took over an hour to convert but in end was good quality.

Anyone know of a good quality and quick dvd burner.

Thanks
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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[mod] 1 Like #1
If you are converting AVI's then either DVD Santa or WinAVI :)
1 Like #2
ConvertXtoDVD quickest & best by far if your looking for an easy to use convertor.
banned 1 Like #3
You cant burn DVD's via Windows media player. I used to use ConvertXtoDVD, very good programme. It converts the file and then burns to disc automatically.However if you have a DIVX player you can burn them in about 2 minutes and play them :)


http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/
#4
Im downloading DVdsanta and ConvertXtoDVD

Thanks...


My download speeds are ****!
banned#5
I know a few people who use ConverXtoDVD
#6
Yeah I'd try ConvertX before trying Santa, Santa is not great it usually does films out of sync or with green lines, thats if it even does them at all lol. ConvertX seems to convert most things with no trouble at all.
#7
Thanks - looks like il wait

Btw - How long would you expect a movie to convert and burn?
#8
vengod
Thanks - looks like il wait

Btw - How long would you expect a movie to convert and burn?


Depends on PC, but using ConvertX 90 mins for a 90 min film on a reasonable spec PC, 45 mins for a 90 min film on a decent spec PC :thumbsup:
#9
Used convert X however 1 problem, Its no showing whole picture, cuts the ends off. Im sure i selected 4:3
#10
vengod;2320863
Used convert X however 1 problem, Its no showing whole picture, cuts the ends off. Im sure i selected 4:3


To be honest, it better to select automatic (Setting > General > TV Format) if you haven't had a lot of experience with the program which is the program's default.
banned#11
I use ImToo.....easiest by far out there but takes absolutely ages! Approx 4 hours for 2 avi's on 1 disk......

So will defo try some of these suggested....cheers all!
#12
ODB_69;2320910
I use ImToo.....easiest by far out there but takes absolutely ages! Approx 4 hours for 2 avi's on 1 disk......

So will defo try some of these suggested....cheers all!


Definitely use either ConvertXtoDVD or WinAvi, they are the best for general use, for more advanced users check out TMPGEnc DVD Author or Cinema Craft Encoder
banned#13
barneydog;2320921
Definitely use either ConvertXtoDVD or WinAvi, they are the best for general use, for more advanced users check out TMPGEnc DVD Author or Cinema Craft Encoder

Cheers mate, just re-installed OS so I'm a bit bare anyway.....
Any DVD cloning tools you can recommend? My mates told me about SuperDVDClone......
1 Like #14
Probably the easiest (and possibly the best) to use is DVDFab Platinum, it'll do a rip and burn straight to disc or to HDD, with or without DVD extras, the only downside with it (and all the others to be fair) is that you have to update it periodically to bypass any new forms of the Across DVD protection that come out.
banned#15
barneydog;2320957
Probably the easiest (and possibly the best) to use is DVDFab Platinum, it'll do a rip and burn straight to disc or to HDD, with or without DVD extras, the only downside with it (and all the others to be fair) is that you have to update it periodically to bypass any new forms of the Across DVD protection that come out.


Might have a go on that then, cheers matey! :thumbsup:
#16
If you don't want to [SIZE=2]cough:whistling:[/SIZE] buy DVDFab Platinum there is a free version here which just rips to HDD
banned#17
barneydog;2321008
If you don't want to [SIZE=2]cough:whistling:[/SIZE] buy DVDFab Platinum there is a free version here which just rips to HDD

Cheers...will have a go tonight!

Cheers again bud and rep left! :thumbsup:
#18
I use 1click DVD copy, very easy to use, as the name suggests just 1 click, though I use it along side the free DVD43. Piece of cake and usually take around 20 to 30 minutes from start to finnish.

I got mine on a 30 day free trial and then paid I think around 39 dollars.
banned#19
Ethan;2321674
I use 1click DVD copy, very easy to use, as the name suggests just 1 click, though I use it along side the free DVD43. Piece of cake and usually take around 20 to 30 minutes from start to finnish.

I got mine on a 30 day free trial and then paid I think around 39 dollars.

*cough*Demonoid*Cough*
#20
Sometimes getting software for free is just not worth the hassle, ruined discs etc.
#21
Do people still pay for software?
#22
Great well if I don't need to pay, I need the latest updates including speed camera's for my Tom Tom and it needs to be easy to install?? anyone??
#23
DVD43 works in the same way as anydvd but free....
#24
yeah it works very well and no need to do anything, it detects when you put a DVD into your drive and it does it's stuff automatically and very quick.
#25
download iso files or dvd files and just burn no converting needed and it is dvd quality every time
#26
I don't even bother making DVDs anymore, I just download the AVI stick it on a USB and play it on my PS3!
#27
Abvance
I don't even bother making DVDs anymore, I just download the AVI stick it on a USB and play it on my PS3!


Could I do that with my DVD player?.. It has a usb port...
#28
dont think so,check the manual for it and see
#29
edna_clouds;2329228
Could I do that with my DVD player?.. It has a usb port...


Probably, I can on my Phillips 5940

What's the make & model?
#30
barneydog
Probably, I can on my Phillips 5940


Thanks.. I'll give it a try.. I've got a samsung ht-x250 and its got a few different modes to choose from.. :thumbsup:

I did try and get it to play music off a ipod and I couldn't manage that so there is a high possibility that I can't do this either.. I'll have to wait for my boy to come in from school to sort it out for me...:)
1 Like #31
It'll play Divx/AVI files, at least from disc anyway

All a quick google about the USB port brings up is

practical USB port, which enable you to enjoy the files stored on an external support with exceptional sound quality!


What that means is anybody's guess. It would be weird to fit a USB port to a DivX enabled DVD player and not allow it to play those files through it.
#32
Thanks barneydog.. I'll give it a try.. How much memory would a average film take?

Perhaps it's for photo's..
#33
It doesplay films from a USB stick, from Samsungs site here

USB host with movie playback
An integrated DVD player/receiver creates a fully integrated digital multimedia entertainment centre. The USB host play function, an exclusive SAMSUNG feature, enables various multimedia files to be played without a PC, including DivX, MP3, WMA and JPEGs. Also add portable digital devices without software for instant entertainment.
PDf Manual

From page 42

Playing Media Files using the USB Host Feature

Supported Formats

Still Picture JPG JPG .JPEG – – 640x480 –
Music
MP3 .MP3 WMA .WMA
Movie
WMV .WMV DivX .AVI,.ASF
Film files usually are about 700MB or 1.5GB

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