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#1 budi

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Posted 28 March 2009 - 03:08 AM

Gud day :thumbsup:

Has anyone here know what VIDEO CONVERTION SOFTWARE to use for converting .avi video files into a dvd file WITHOUT HAVING A LOSS ON QUALITY LIKE THAT OF AN AVI VIDEO?? Because my favorite movies in my pc are starting to pile up and i felt that theres a need for them to be deleted and eventually be burned on a dvd disk so that i can still watch those favorite movies in an ordinary dvd player..

thanks in advance amigos

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Posted 28 March 2009 - 12:16 PM

See if one of these articles will help:
Basic Guide How to Convert AVI Files to DVD with Avi2DVD
Basic AVI to DVD conversion using TMPGEnc+ (including Audio Sync Correction)

If one of those 2 aren't acceptable, here's a list of 54 guides, with most using freeware.
Take your pick. :thumbsup:
AVI to DVD
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Posted 31 March 2009 - 06:19 AM

some versions if nero will do it for you....

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Posted 31 March 2009 - 07:40 AM

See if one of these articles will help:
Basic Guide How to Convert AVI Files to DVD with Avi2DVD
Basic AVI to DVD conversion using TMPGEnc+ (including Audio Sync Correction)

If one of those 2 aren't acceptable, here's a list of 54 guides, with most using freeware.
Take your pick. :thumbsup:
AVI to DVD



Thank you i will find time to read that because the way i see it, it sounds handy interesting




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