[email protected]© 17:14 28 May 2007

Can someone recommend a top quality avi/xvid to DVD encoder that will work with Vista please.

  cocteau48 19:08 28 May 2007

This might be what you are looking for:
click here

  cocteau48 19:10 28 May 2007

Sorry - not too sure about Vista compatibility

  MAJ 19:12 28 May 2007

If you have Nero, install the K-Lite codec pack click here and Nero will do the encoding for you while burning to DVD.

  [email protected]© 19:24 28 May 2007

How about if I have 2 avi files I want to join and make into 1 DVD?

  MAJ 19:27 28 May 2007

If they have the same framerate, same screensize and same audio, you could use Virtualdub to join them. click here

  MAJ 19:29 28 May 2007

You can still put two (or more, depending on their file size) encoded AVI files onto a DVD using Nero, but they will be different chapters, rather than one continuous movie, [email protected]©

  [email protected]© 20:39 28 May 2007

Virtual dub came up with an error. The avis is one film but in 2 parts so i need to put them together.

  MAJ 20:40 28 May 2007

What was the error, [email protected]©?

  MAJ 20:41 28 May 2007

Here is the tutorial for joining avis with virtualdub. click here

  [email protected]© 21:17 28 May 2007

I reinstalled and it seemed to work. Thanks MAJ.

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