converting Avi to DVD

  YinHoNg 21:43 07 Oct 2004
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Hey i'm looking to convert an avi file to dvd so i can burn it onto my dvd+r.

I know there are various converters but which ones are recommended by you lot?

I'm using Windows XP profession. How do i determine the speed of my DVD writer?

  JonnyTub 21:55 07 Oct 2004

Sonic MyDVD supports the following video formats:

MPEG-1 (.m1p, .m1v, .mp1, .mpg, .mpeg, .mpv)
MPEG-2 (.m2p, .m2v, .mp2, .mpg, .mpeg, .mpv)
AVI Type 1 and Type 2 (.avi)
QuickTime movies (.mov, .qt). These require the free QuickTime Player version 5.x or later -- you can download the latest version from click here
Windows Media Video (.wmv). MyDVD only supports WMV files that are not copy-protected

  stalion 22:18 07 Oct 2004
  YinHoNg 22:53 07 Oct 2004

It doesn't mention it can convert from .avi to dvd format. Can it?

Are there any free ones that are worth lookin at?

  JonnyTub 22:56 07 Oct 2004

if you do avi to dvd a lot then sonic is worth the money, others can probably advise you better as to free software for one off's

  JonnyTub 22:57 07 Oct 2004

yes sonic converts avi to dvd

  stalion 22:58 07 Oct 2004

this one is free click here

  JonnyTub 23:00 07 Oct 2004

ahh deepburner, forgot all about that one, highly recommend it.

  YinHoNg 23:08 07 Oct 2004

Thanks. I'm gonna try out deepburner then if need be, get sonic my dvd.

  THE TERMINATOR 23:20 07 Oct 2004

I use power director by CyberLink, it's fast with good results....TT

  YinHoNg 19:50 12 Oct 2004

I've tried using sonic myDvd but when i add video files, most of the time it wont fit on one dvd disc!!

How do i reduce the size?

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