I have never heard of such a thing like asking U 4 the codec when converting a avi file 2 dvd format. But anyway, try using vso divx to dvd instead & futhermore its free. Here’s the link.
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PS. The version is 0.5.2
I think I need help :-)
I have some .AVI files.
-When I try to convert in DVD with WinAvi, it tells that “I miss teh RealMedia codec Version 9 or higher.
-When I opne the file with RealPlayer or Windows Media Player, I get sound but not images...at all!
-If I open with VLC media player, I get images and sounds, good news :-)
However, I’d like to put it on DVD, to wathc it not with VLC but on Tv...
If you can help...I really would be happy ant thankfull.