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Need Help With Burning Program


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#1 polling

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Posted 13 February 2006 - 04:30 AM

I just downloaded DIVX 6.1 and i was amazed at how fast it burned a video. But to my surprise it wouldn't play on my regular DVD Player. My DVD Player plays all formats CDR CD DVD DVDRW MP3 etc........


Do anyone know of a free program i can download that will allow me to play my video on a regular DVD Player


Thanx in advance

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Posted 13 February 2006 - 05:08 AM

Hey there,

If you have Nero, it will convert the .AVI file into a DVD format that will play on most DVD players. The only drawback is that it takes about an hour to encode a 700MB file, chews up 95% to 100% CPU rescources for the entire burning session. That is based on my PC performance, and I have a 3.2 GHZ Dual core......so I can imagine how my old Celeron would behave.

I haven't found a reputable freeware converter as of yet, but I will give it a search and post back.

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