how do i burn avi to vcd or svcd

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01-03-2005 03:07 PM
kurious25

I have nero 6 and i try to burn it in vcd and svcd but it won’t let me burn it.. which folder do i suppose to put it in reply

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01-06-2005 04:01 AM
donthomas

hi,

hope u r trying to make a VCD. For thatfirst insert a blank CD in ur drive and open the nero 6 and go for CREATE VCD option and sewlect the movie files which u want to make to VCD. Then click BURN.
It will take pretty good time first to encode and then to write to CD. Then u can use that CD in your VCD player.
Hope it will work
Bye reply

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01-06-2005 04:11 AM
donthomas

hi,

hope u r trying to make a VCD. For thatfirst insert a blank CD in ur drive and open the nero 6 and go for CREATE VCD option and sewlect the movie files which u want to make to VCD. Then click BURN.
It will take pretty good time first to encode and then to write to CD. Then u can use that CD in your VCD player.
Hope it will work
Bye reply

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01-07-2005 06:53 PM
kurious25

is there another way to burn avi. I thought that you only can burn avi in vcd.. reply

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02-14-2005 10:29 AM
CruelOne

You can burn AVI files to dvd with Dvdsanta it will take some time but it will encode and then burn it to dvd. When dvdsanta first starts the time will jump high then it will drop down. Hope this helps. reply

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02-18-2005 06:24 AM
Alex301286

Hey

I have nero 6.6

I have a few avi files that are 700mb i put these into nero using the vcd option and then they go from 700mb to 900mb??

anyone know why?? thanks!! reply

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02-23-2005 12:19 AM
HappinessGuru

I think the reason that the file expanded is because avi files are a more compressed file format for video(like mp3 files are smaller files but have CD sound quality).

Hope this helps reply

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02-28-2005 08:24 PM
stephen

hey i have dvd santa when i bought the full version i cant get dvds to burn without skippin it seems as though when i burn it it deletes the end of each chapter or somethin i was wondering if any of you knw how to fix this or wut is wrong? reply

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03-01-2005 04:33 PM
Alex301286

Not too sure how to fix ur problem... but u “Bought” dvd santa?? = | reply

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03-20-2005 01:13 PM
hypnotiqrenny

hi im using dvd santa and im burning movies to dvds approiximalty how long does it take to burn after i encode the movie i have a 16x internal sony dvd burner it already took me about an hour to enocde and approximatly how long is it gonna take to burn reply

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04-17-2005 04:10 PM
craziepazziey

I have Nero Startsmart, how do i burn avi files to that? can any1 help me.......... PLEASE!!!! reply

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07-24-2005 01:43 AM
calisko

referring back to the statement about the avi file going from 700 to 900....what is the cure for that? how do you burn the file? reply

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07-24-2005 01:38 PM
legal american

You put it in the toaster. Now you burned it. reply

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07-30-2005 02:53 PM
CompuerCrazy

Hello to all,

I am new to burning DVD Movies. I would like to know if anyone out there can tell me how to burn a downloaded AVI movie to burn to DVD.

I am using Nero StartSmart. I am lost as to how to use this program. I clicked on Make Own DVD-Video and from that point I am lost. Since the movies that have been downloaded come in two parts EX. Dark Water (1of2) then I had to download the (2of2). I was told I have to Convert the movies first to a different format.

Is there someone out there that can help!!!!!!!Please! Need step by step instructions if you have the time. Thank you. reply

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08-18-2005 07:55 PM
weinermaster

DIVX DVD players will play most *avi files if u burn them straight up as a data disc on DVD or CD reply

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08-18-2005 08:33 PM
demon-child
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i have no ideah wat ur talking bout! reply

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08-31-2005 08:33 AM
yoda

can anybody tell me how to burn 700mb .avi files to vcd (cd-r), without having to use more than 1 disc reply

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09-18-2005 08:40 AM
YAYA

Use a program called DivX to DVD. This is an excellent program to burn avi files to DVDs. I have never had any problems with skipping. reply

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