How do I get .avi files to burn on to a dvd that I can play on my home DVD player?

Page 1 of 21

Im confused about it. reply



i should check the thread earlier and give you help~~
xilisoft avi to dvd converter will help you out of the confusion ~~~ reply

Feedback


i just tried this soft ,it is very easy to use ,but there is question i’m confused
My original video is in 16:9. But after burning, I got 4:3. How can I correct it? any help is appreciated~~ reply

Feedback


i’m always ready to help you with pleasure:)well,the output video aspect setting option can be found in the “Settings-Preference”. The default one is 4:3. If you want 16:9, please select it in the list. reply

Feedback


but what’s the differences between 16:9 between 4:3, does xilisoft provide other choices?thanx reply

Feedback


AVI to DVD,try use WinAVI.It’s fast. reply

Feedback


16:9 is the standard ratio of height-to-width of HDTV, which enables higher definition.xilisoft does enables 16:9 dvd conversion, but 4:3 is well enough . reply

Feedback


buy a divx player..saves a lot of time and dvd’s can fit 6 movies onto 1 dvd reply

Feedback


to brittany down load the win avi file converter theres nothing to beat it its so easy to use reply

Feedback


If you want a stress free AVI to DVD quality conversion spend a bit of money and download DVD Santa - it is the easiest and best program out there to convert reply

Feedback


Don mess with any expensive programs, just burn your .avi-files to a dvd as a data dvd, if you have a kinda new dvd player you should be just fine. reply

Feedback


Dannex maybe you can tell why when I burn the .avi files striaght onto a dvd without converting them, Windows, Windows Media Player, Divx Player doesn’t recognize the disc on my computer at all?!??! Serously - I just want to take 6 files that are in .avi format, burn them onto a dvd and then watch them on my computer and I can’t seem to do it. I am adding them as data to the dvd but they aren’t being burned. reply

Feedback


i just tried to burn some avi files onto a dvd disc by simply changing the file extentions from avi to bup but this doesnt work. is there a way i can make it work on my normal dvd player without downloading anything? reply

Feedback


thas what grown up in da dalley dud reply

Feedback


Total Video2Dvd is a good choice. it can “Auto Convert and Burn MKV, Blu-ray TS, M2TS, AVCHD MTS, HDV1080i, Divx, Rm, Wmv, Avi to DVD Video Disc directly.”
find:http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Total+Video2Dvd&btnG=Google+Search&aq=o&oq= http://www.effectmatrix.com/total_video_to_DVD_Author/index.htm reply

Feedback


I recommend you use cucu soft to burn DVD movies, it is good at burning videos to dvd movies and make them play on DVD player. It Supports DivX, XviD, AVI, VOB, .asf, .wmv, .rm, .rmvb, and .mov format as input video.

You can visit this page to learn how to use this program to burn dvds
How to burn avi to dvd for dvd player reply


There is an inexpensive programme put out by Cowan, Jetaudio.

http://www.cowonamerica.com/products/jetaudio/

I got this programme to use for playing karaoke files for my grandchildren.
I hade a lot of avi. files, which play on my computer, and on my dvx registered dvd player. They don’t play on my other standard dvd.
I used Nero 7 to try to burn them to dvd, but the size showed the file was great than the dvd capacity.
The avi files show anthing between 650mb to 1.2gb.
I was playing around with jet audio, and found that it converts audio and video files. Using that programme to convert them to mpeg, I found I can get 2 or three copies onto a dvd disk. The process is a little time consuming if you convert multiple files, but the end result is excellent. reply

Feedback


learn more in my signature, maybe it can help you. reply

Feedback


all you need for most video files to dvd is dvd video soft studio you can Google it and it is absolutely free and updated regularly. no it is not the fastest but it is free and works pretty well. reply

Feedback


Page 1 of 21

Post Your Answer

Topic
Your reply
Your name
or log in
Verify you're human

By submitting this form you agree to our posting rules,
privacy policy and our disclaimer.