Burning downloads onto dvd

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Hi

I’ve been trying for days to burn films I have downloaded onto a dvd -r so that it can play on a stand alone DVD player.

My computer already has NTI CD&DVD Maker and Cyberlink PowerProducer Gold.

I have tried burning as .avi and also mpeg.
It works fine on my computer but when I try the Stand alaone DVD player it says “incorrect format”.

Please can someone help. It is getting really frustrating.

Thanks in advance

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05-20-2005 10:46 AM
Celticghal

Buy a dixv player reply

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05-20-2005 10:58 AM
TopsyTurvy

NTI is not one of the best burning software but has a nice interface.First what kind of avi you have and what size.GSpot can help you to find out.If is a vob is ready for dvd to burn but check the video system or your dvd player for plying Pal and NTSC, if the file is just avi have to be converted to whatever format you want VSD/SVCD/DVD.Here you may find some tools to download: http://www.9down.com/ reply

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05-20-2005 10:58 AM
labish

Thanks.
I have divX installed and this enables me to watch all my downloads on my computer.

I’m really sorry but I’m not technically minded and thought it was just a case of downloading and burning.

I have an avi file that I converted to mpeg - but the same error appears when i try to use a stand alone dvd player.

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05-20-2005 11:33 AM
Celticghal

Download WINAVI N convert the file to VOB thats dvd format then use nero express N burn it to a DVD n it should work or just Use the mpeg file N burn it with nero express which will Convert it to VOB for u But take some time to do. reply

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05-20-2005 12:23 PM
JJ

I’ll try that, thanks

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05-20-2005 12:29 PM
Celticghal

Norcent DP-220 DVD PLAYER WITH DIVX PLAYBACK by Norcent $45.94 at 1 of ur nearest Wall Mart Outlets. Hurry while stocks last!!!!!!!! reply

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05-20-2005 04:50 PM
TopsyTurvy

ripp dvd with dvd decrypter and use nero recode to burn it will play on dvd player and computer you can get both for free go to www.nero .com download ver. 5.5 its free email me at killers319@yahoo.com ill send you dvd decrypter they work very well together reply

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05-21-2005 10:38 PM
mike

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05-22-2005 01:13 PM
Jacques

Thanks, Mike.

I have dvd decryper but it only allows me to chose from my optical drive. The files i want to burn are on my hard drive. Can this be changed?

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05-23-2005 08:25 AM
Celticghal

Oh, my Ghod, Mike, Thanks.

I’ve been trying for weeks and now I can finally play my downloads on a stand alone dvd player.

I have a poratble dvd player, too, but it’s quite old so I don’t think supports divx, is there a way to burn them so they can play on a player without divx?

Thanks again

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05-23-2005 12:24 PM
Celticghal

It’s under eyes buddy.Open DVD Decrypter look on the top at the Mode tab click on it and choose your preferences the graphic is very good.From DVD to hard drive and if you check write is from hard drive to dvd. reply

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05-23-2005 12:45 PM
labish

Nop, sorry. I’m not using DVD Decrypter and Nero, it’s Divx to DVD and Nero I’m using.

I’ve gone into DVD Decrypter and the Mode tab and the choice is FILE, IFO or ISO>Read/Write
I can’t see anything that offers the option to change the source.

CJ reply

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05-23-2005 02:05 PM
Celticghal

Sorry, I understand what you were saying now.
Thanks

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05-23-2005 02:10 PM
Celticghal

Actually, what file type does it have to be?
It’s not finding any files at all, avi/mpeg/iso etc.

Can you advise?

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05-23-2005 03:48 PM
Celticghal

one time i downloaded a movie that is .iso format and i used nero burning thing and just burned it onto a dvd and it works on regular dvd players. right now im looking for a program that can convert avi (or any type of video file) to an iso file. anyone know of any software? reply

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05-28-2005 12:41 PM
NOX

http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/vso_divxtodvd_guide.cfm reply

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05-28-2005 12:51 PM
TopsyTurvy

Look for file: search on google for Divx to dvd converter , it works, then burn with nero express, all from torrent files. reply

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05-29-2005 04:59 PM
joe morris

One drawback , you have to find something to do inbetween downloading,decoding and burning!!! reply

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05-29-2005 05:06 PM
joe morris

On the same topic, how long does it usaully take to burn a dvd?

It’s currently took 1 hour on the program I’m using (aurora) and it’s only done about 10%! reply

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06-16-2005 10:45 AM
trublu

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