Burning .AVI to DVD's

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  1. ww_Crimson

    ww_Crimson New Member

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    I've got some avi files I want to burn to a DVD to make them playable on a DVD player... is there a way to do this with something like say Nero, without having to manually add every single .avi? Is there a way to just batch add the files? Or add a directory at a time? Can't seem to figure it out..
     
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    :f13nd15h: Gangstah fo' lyfe

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    have you tried searching?

    Usually this gets brought up a lot.

    I stopped going into those threads when i got a DVP642.
     
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    the program that you used to edit your home movies should easily allow you to prepare them for burning to dvd.
     
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    VSO ConvertX/Copy2DVD, easy breezy.
     
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    ^ :werd: convertXtoDVD is a great program
     
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    best program
     
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    :werd: And the new version does the converting process much quicker than the old one :nikko:
     
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    I always use Aimersoft DVD Creator, it can easily convert all popular video formats (AVI, MP4, MPG, MPEG, 3GP, WMV, ASF, RM, RMVB, DAT, MOV, FLV, etc) to DVD and burn DVD movie played on portable and home DVD players, that's very good, you can check it out here for free:
    http://www.aimersoft.com/dvd-creator.html
     

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