burning video files to dvd....problems

  Superstylin 16:01 07 Apr 2005

hi i recently installed a dvd writer and wish to get some avi/divx files onto dvd to play in my goodmans dvd player.

so far i've tried to convert the avi/divx to dvd format using VSO's divxtodvd freeware program, but it seems something has gone wrong because nero reports:
'DVD video files compliance test failed. the resulting DVD-video might not be playable'
i've exited the program after this because i don't want to risk it.
so, what's going on??

  Yoda Knight 16:04 07 Apr 2005

Try Neros' Vision Express, it can convert the files for you

  Superstylin 16:13 07 Apr 2005

i tried using visionexpress and that's what i was told

  Superstylin 16:18 07 Apr 2005

rahter than retail. i think the plug-in is included in the retail package.

what to do now? i'd rather use a solution that isn't gonna cost me!

  User-312386 16:19 07 Apr 2005

you need winavi converter click here

  Superstylin 16:29 07 Apr 2005

cheers madboy

  Superstylin 16:39 07 Apr 2005

winavi free version puts a big watermark in the middle of the screen if the preview is anything to go by :s

  Superstylin 20:12 07 Apr 2005

boilsoft coverter puts a whacking great watermark right in the middle of the video too....any ideas...anyone??

  john-232317 20:44 07 Apr 2005

What version nero is it, you may be able to update it for free on their site.

  john-232317 20:46 07 Apr 2005

similar threads, may find some help click here

  Superstylin 21:21 07 Apr 2005

i'm downloading some updates now, we'll see if they make any difference. thanks for your input dadyassa :)

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