How do you burn DVDs with VLC media player?

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12-06-2006 08:40 PM
Tama
97 posts

Hi there,

I am also MAC. I have VLC, Toast Titanium and DIVX.

I play movies I ripped with Mac The Ripper on VLC.

A friend asked me to burn a movie that is in VLC format so he can play it on a DVD.

If you find a way thank you and if I do I will post it.

Good Luck! reply

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01-03-2007 09:23 PM
Amanda jOY

im trying to convert my avi with nero, ill update how it is doing in a few mins. reply

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01-15-2007 12:13 AM
sabsters

i have downloaded films off torrent spy and i play them on my vlc media player but i cant copy them on to dvd does any one know how to do this please reply

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02-05-2007 11:00 AM
olly

it all depends on what you have, is it AVI, MPG, WMV, DIVx etc..

dont say ISO or IMG cause they are just containers find whats inside

then you have to convert it to dvd format reply

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02-05-2007 06:52 PM
Tama
97 posts

@Tama

Stop posting your bull crap and start helping the girl. It is possible to transcode using VLC. reply

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02-19-2007 03:26 PM
Pat

@Pat

enlighten us

how do you transcode using VLC reply

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02-19-2007 07:56 PM
Tama
97 posts

I think I understand some of the problems here and can clarify what everyone is looking for with my own problem: I have music files that I retrieved from an ipod that will only play in the vlc player. I cannot import them into a burner, such as itunes, and thus cannot do anything portable with my music. This is the problem that BrittBritt was having with his/her audio. What we’re looking for is a burner that will have the same codec that vlc recognizes to play these audio files - thanks in advance for any suggestions. reply

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03-24-2007 01:51 AM
fentanylMay

Yer i have da same problem, its an avi file and when i play it on wmp i hear sound but no video. I want to burn it on a dvd but i cant because it wont let me with nero or anyother program. i wanna burn straight form vlc reply

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03-26-2007 07:31 AM
Mojoloco

Hey I hope someone can help me out here...

Is there an application (similar to Nero) that allows you combine subtitles (.srt file) with the avi file onto a CD/DVD? Have been looking all over but can’t find anything on it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

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04-02-2007 08:06 AM
Cooksta

I think Avi2DVD can let you burn a movie with sound that normally will only work with VLC. I had problems burning these with nero and got no sound. hope this works. reply

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05-14-2007 12:03 PM
Scurvy

You all need to get Power ISO. And Magic ISO, that will handle all you want with any file types. Burning, playing etc... reply

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05-20-2007 06:21 AM
Jase

Hey tama, you appear to be the expert :P. this must be driving you crazy... but if you could answer this question it would be a great help. i have and avi file i want to burn onto dvd for viewing on a dvd player. would you briefly run through what i need to do and any free software i should use (i’m a poor student and can’t afford to pay for all this fancy software :D) i have tried avi2dvd but if i want to convert an 800MB movie, it says it wants to take up 9.4GB on my harddrive :S and the audiostream makes up for about 8GB of that. what am i doing wrong? reply

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06-08-2007 10:24 PM
tomoololo

JSP - U can Convert AVI (and lots of other types) to DVD using WINAVI COnverter.very easy to use.

Converts Films in around 30 min.

Hope this Helps!!! :):):) reply

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06-16-2007 07:53 AM
Snuffy

Hey all
i have downloaded a movie clip that when checked with gspot it shows as a avi. file - it has no sound with any other player but vlc player - but when i try to burn to dvd there is no sound - can anyone help me please??? reply

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06-16-2007 01:25 PM
CyberWolf

Hey all
i have downloaded a movie clip that when checked with gspot it shows as a avi. file - it has no sound with any other player but vlc player - but when i try to burn to dvd there is no sound - can anyone help me please??? reply

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06-16-2007 01:27 PM
CyberWolf

oh my gosh peoples wowwwwww .. like ive got the same issues , VLC player cant burn .. whats it all about aye . give us the name of a good burner for VOB files and ill shake ya hand. reply

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06-29-2007 11:30 AM
wee1man

ok Tama i know you must be frustrated with these people,and i have the same question i belive, witch i just belive i fixed, go to this vlc wiki page it helpes me ask the right questions. it helped me completely.

tell me if this works fine reply

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07-09-2007 08:29 PM
nothingssomethin

vlc also refers to two free programs that make the iso and burn the cd all with instructions, and FYI ......makeing a video dvd into a copyed dvd that will play on your dvd player is a many step process,the general dvd’s that you buy at the store are much larger than a conventional dvd you burn the ones that you use to burn are around 4.4 gigs and the ones that you buy are aroud 8.8 double that of conventional dvds you use to burn they are called dual layer dvd ordouble layer or double dinsity. vlc wiki tells you and explains some confusions about the dvd world(some). reply

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07-09-2007 08:35 PM
nothingssomethin

anyone that has questions about vlc and burning dvd’s that will play on a dvd plaer please refer to this link before posting questions.

http://wiki.videolan.org/index.php/How_to_Create_a_DVD#Encoding_the_Video_with_VLC

could moderator please sticky this to curr thread reply

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07-09-2007 08:40 PM
nothingssomething

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