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im looking for some software that you can put avi files from your computer to dvd, ive found 1 called dvd santa but it takes like 3 hours per dvd, does anybody know of any other sofware that does the … Read More
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
im looking for some software that you can put avi files from your computer to dvd, ive found 1 called dvd santa but it takes like 3 hours per dvd, does anybody know of any other sofware that does the same thing but faster
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
do you have vista?
1 Like #2
DVDFAB is what I use -
#3
no sorry, just xp
#4
also depends how good your pc is
1 Like #5
ConvertXtoDVD

100% reccommened and works!!
#6
try win avi takes around 15-20 minutes max
#7
DAMNOME
DVDFAB is what I use -


+1
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Naeem786
ConvertXtoDVD

100% reccommened and works!!


Aiii:thumbsup:
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Naeem786
ConvertXtoDVD

100% reccommened and works!!


Shengis
Aiii:thumbsup:


+1
#10
imortal
try win avi takes around 15-20 minutes max


This is not true.

How long a DVD takes to burn is entirely dependent on 3 things:

1) The amount of Data to be written
2) The speed and power of the PC (RAM & CPU (to a lesser extent HDD speed))
3) The speed of your DVD burner.
banned#11
Magic Video Converter also does it.
#12
Personally I use Nero Vision which works fine for me. It may not be the best, but who knows, you may already have it.

dmccabe
This is not true.

How long a DVD takes to burn is entirely dependent on 3 things:

1) The amount of Data to be written
2) The speed and power of the PC (RAM & CPU (to a lesser extent HDD speed))
3) The speed of your DVD burner.


I agree 100% with this. I would like to add that 3 hours is not unreasonable for a converting a feature film to DVD on an average PC (say 1-2 years old), mine converts in around 1-2 hours and is a fairly new dual-core desktop. The process involves demuxing (to separate the audio and video), encoding both audio and video to the dvd format appropriate for standalone players, and then muxing (combining the audio/video). It is not a simple process.
You will find some standalone DVD players have a DivX/Xvid/MP4 option available which allows them to play CDs or DVD's with the raw data file on without conversion. There are portable storage devices and portable DVD players that will also have the function to output to TV without conversion. Apologies if this is not appropriate as I am making great assumptions as to your intention.:thumbsup:

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