how do i burn avi movies to dvd with nero 6 ultra edition

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all you need is cyberlink power 2 go. It takes half hour to convert on amd athlon 3500 and its the only program you need. reply

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when i download videos from youtube and convert it to AVI and then burn it with nero, it doesn`t work right, all videos play fast, can somebody help? reply

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This guide is simple to understand and tells you exactly how to burn a dvd movie: How to burn a dvd movie reply

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for christ sake! just video card out & audio out of sound card to dvd recorder....with dubbing wires....play the movie on puter press record on dvd recorder...it is now a playable DVD finalise with your dvd recorder and it will play on any dvd player dvd+/-dvd ..have done it for years....
why the drama *LOL* reply

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Hi i need help getting my movies i have downloaded onto a dvd. I have been trying everything but the movie i want on dvd still wont download to the programs i have so it cant be burnt to a dvd disc. reply

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all u gotta do is install the 2 updates in the zip files i put them on megaupload the dl link is --> http://www.megaupload.com/?d=M23YB40W reply

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I need help, I’ve just started to try and burn films which I’ve downloaded. I’ve converted the movie avi files to dvd (video ts) files using winavi, and go to burn them onto a blank dvd using dvd shrink. It starts the encoding then stops at 28% and comes up with the error message of dvd shrink encountered a promblem and cannot continue, out of memory, the parameter is incorrect. please help, i cant seem to make it work, when i copy & burn films from an actuall movie rental disc it all works fine. reply

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I need help, I’ve just started to try and burn films which I’ve downloaded. I’ve converted the movie avi files to dvd (video ts) files using winavi, and go to burn them onto a blank dvd using dvd shrink. It starts the encoding then stops at 28% and comes up with the error message of dvd shrink encountered a promblem and cannot continue, out of memory, the parameter is incorrect. please help, i cant seem to make it work, when i copy & burn films from an actuall movie rental disc it all works fine. reply

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Your all wrong! Follow these instructions Clint.
Go and buy the DVD!
None of this stuff ever really works. I work with guys that do this for a living and they still never really seem to get it together. reply

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dude just burn the avi files period nero can do it and you can do anything you need with them. I do it all the time. reply

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FrancisUncleCharlieKatie U. wrote:
In reply to magnetas:

I have to agree with Replay O Colin.
Magnetas, get over yourself. Colin’s instructions were thorough, and fairly simple to follow.
Perhaps if you would actually try and familiarize yourself with your software instead of searching the internet for a guide that tells you every mouseclick and keystroke to make, you would not have so much trouble and would not have to flame everyone who does not live up to your unrealistic expectations.

Now, for my guide:
(and rip on me if you like, I’ll probably never be back at this thread again anyway)

I personally like VSO DivXtoDVD (google it) for converting AVI files to DVD format. It’s freeware, and it does a pretty good job. Then all that’s left to do is author your DVD in some way (if desired) and burn it with Nero or whatever.

Here are the steps (this is THE SIMPLEST WAY to convert an AVI and put it on a DVD):

1) Download and install DivXtoDVD (freeware) and DVD Shrink 3.2 (freeware).

2) Run the program, and select the files you wish to convert (note that the latest version only allows you to transcode one AVI at a time).

3) Convert these files.

4) Create menus, etc. with some sort of authoring software (optional). I don’t care how you get it; I don’t know where to get anything such as this without paying so don’t ask.

If you are trying to put a sinle movie onto a DVD, this is probably not worth the trouble since you will not be able to select any additional options such as audio or language. Additionally, DivXtoDVD automatically puts chapter splits into the converted movie every few minutes or so (I can’t remember the exact number, but in a 30-min movie there are about 5 chapters), so really the only reason to author here would be if you wanted to create a menu just to have one, or to create your own chapters navigate them through submenus and etc.

If you are putting multiple movies onto a single disc (i.e. episodes from a tv show), creating a menu(s) would be helpful for ease of navigation, however again it is completely optional. Another trick you could try would be finding a short AVI (1 min or less) to act as a segway between movies, so you know when you are about to view the next movie on the disc (if it is not already obvious).

5) Burn them onto DVD. If the output file(s) is/are too large to fit on one disc, you can compress it using DVD Shrink 3.2 (also freeware) or split the VOB files up between two discs.

For one large movie, there is a freeware program that will allow you to split the movie onto two discs (see Doom9 below). I just prefer to use DVD Shrink.
For many movies, you can either shrink them so they all fit on one disc or simply move a few of them onto another disc. DVD Shrink also allows you to “reauthor” your disc, which means you can click Reauthor inside the program and select the VOB files you wish to include on that particular disc. And yes, each VOB file is a Video OBject or movie in DVD format.

For more comprehensive guides on DivXtoDVD and DVD Shrink, and free DVD-related software, visit

http://www.doom9.org

and check out their guides. Sorry I can’t be of more help than that, magnetas, but doom9 has already created full guides on the software listed above and the time and space required for me to recreate them here would be ludicrous.

Familiarize yourself with your software using whatever guides or info you can find, THEN try asking for help.

I hope this helps you guys figure out how to get those AVIs onto a DVD.

-- The Dude

Well, this is the best response yet.

Convert AVI to DVD format in ConvertXtoDVD. It plays in fast forward and it’s worth the wait.

Download free trial of Nero. Burn DVD in Nero, it takes like 5 minutes. reply

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you need to have a dvd creator which can convert avi. files to dvd. reply

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See what you all make me laugh how you bitch about eachother helping other people out who aint got a clue how to convert to dvd and that listen its only a film(movie) what ever you what to call it but please stop bitching at eachother for f--ks sack you go on like women putting makeup on come on get with the program thats what this site is all about getting help with things you cant do or dont know how to do so STOP it ok reply

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OK retards if you want to learn something as complicated as making your own dvd, then be prepared to know your shit when it comes to computers. The guy was generous enough to try and simplify things for you. be thankful reply

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Use ConverXtoDVD

converting takes around 20-30min and the burn takes like 10-15min

quality is awesome and i burned like 5movies under 6hours

really worth the time reply

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Go to this site:

http://lynl3y.blogspot.com/2009/05/easiest-way-to-burn-more-than-one-movie.html

<a href=“http://lynl3y.blogspot.com/2009/05/easiest-way-to-burn-more-than-one-movie.html”>Click here</a>

Hope it helps! :) reply

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Easiest way to burn more than one movie to a DVD disc

http://lynl3y.blogspot.com/2009/05/easiest-way-to-burn-more-than-one-movie.html reply

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Colins way works reply

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ConvertXtoDvd its simple to use just add file n push convert. theres a free trial but if you look ferther you can find it in full reply

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