mp4 AVI to DVDr image

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  1. Pro Street

    Pro Street New Member

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    it seems almost impossible to do this conversion.

    nothing I have or know of can convert an mp4 AVI (PAL, mp3 audio) into a DVDr format.

    using winAVI and burning with nero won't work on standalone DVD players. Anyone know of a known way to convert this into a DVDr image file?
     
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    have you tried making a dvd video with nero and just loading the file??? if you need anything with encoding or converting here is an awesome site... bookmark this shit... http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/
     
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    i think you might be able to do it with nero's vision express. if not, try ulead video studio
     
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    I wonder if it's because it's PAL and I just have a shitty DVD player.

    here's the file info
    File : 699 MB (699 MB), duration: 2:03:55, type: AVI, 1 audio stream(s), quality: 43 %
    Video : 614 MB, 693 Kbps, 25.0 fps, 720*304 (2.21:1), XVID = XVID Mpeg-4, Supported
    Audio : 85 MB, 96 Kbps, 32000 Hz, 2 channels, 0x55 = MPEG Layer-3, Supported

    I'm grabbing TMPGEnc to try it that way

    I'm burning onto a DVD+R disk, I burned an image last night that worked, but it was in the image format to begin with.

    I'm stuck with Nero 6.6 right now, which won't recognize the codec as far as I've been able to learn.

    if TMPGEnc doesn't work, I'll try to get Nero 7 or nero vision express.


    so far the following hasn't worked just to keep a summary:

    - using winAVI to convert into TS Audio and TS video, then burning in nero
    - using winAVI to convert into MPEG-2, then burning using DVDDecrypter
    - using powerISO to create and image then burning using DVDDecrypter
    - doing any of the following in a slower burn rate, dropped from 8x to 6x
     

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