How do I play/burn .avi files?

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Use Total Video2Dvd Author. You can convert avi movies to dvd

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Does anyone know if writing the .avi will play on a us xbx 360? reply

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im burning my avi files in dvd but my divx player dont play the episodes that i have in the dvd can please anyone tell me whay? sorry im new on this.............thanks reply

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only a few players will read a data disc if your stereo or dvd player is new the chances are they will play avi files mine plays avi files so i use nero and put 5 or 6 films on one data disc is easy to do do and only takes around 20mins to burn on the x4 burn speed hope this will help reply

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If you have a dvd player who can read divx, you can puth the mp3 files on a data file, and avi files also, buth if it can’t read divx files you need to convert them to dvd files, and the programmes i know is nero and convertxtodvd.

then you burn them on a DVD-R DVD+R DVD-RW DVD+RW and you can watch them on any dvd player

how do i know my dvd player can read divX? well you look at the front of your dvd-player and there stands the name, brand and such, wel if there is the logo for divx (the logo is DivX in a special font) it can read it.

there are also divx dvd’s with an usb connection, wel you take your usb stick, and plug it in your computer, and you puth a movie on it, if you want subs, you puth the subs in as well (they both need the same name as in lake: the fast and the furious.avi and the fast and the furious.srt) and then you plug it in your divx player, and it will open up the movie, you can watch it, there is no menu, buth if the subs aren’t there you click on subtitels on your remote control, and then it turns on the subs reply

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here in philippines lot of elec. shop selling dvd players that can play avi, and the best thing is, its very cheap. price, $30.00 and it has USB port, and it can play MIDI too.. so after u download, just put in your flash drive, and wala you can watch, u dont need to burn or other shit things to do.. reply

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when my videos are done downloading there avi files and my converter xilisoft isnt working it skips and has a delay as well as displays Xilisoft unregestered on the screen as the movie plays. someone tell me how to get high quality dvds from avi files without having to pay for it reply

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I’ve been burning files for a while now with no problems however just recently Ive started having trouble with Avi burns. When I begin burn ( using nero express ) it asks me to save image ? WTF !? Can anyone help or point me in a certain direction.
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There are many DVD players that will play AVI files. I have 2 different ones and neither of them cost more than $30.00. Go find the cheapest DVD player you can find and try it. if it will not play AVI files take it back. the ones I have found to work so far are an Oritron and a Curtis both very inexpensive but play great quality. reply

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Why are movies put in avi format. Why not just load them in mpeg4 to start with. It would save us all time and frustration. With today’s technology we should not have to be converting files to watch a movie. Most people want to watch the movie on the TV not the computer. Can anyone answer this? Thanks to Nakolai for letting me know to look for a player that is divx/xvid/mpeg4 enabled. This has to be the best answer. All this converting takes a lot of time. What I don’t get is Windows media player 11 will play the avi file but when you try to burn it the file is to large. A 700,000mb movie won’t fit on a 2.4GB disk. So you have to convert it. Stupid. reply

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syncm wrote:
Just go to divx.com and download the codec package, and then just open the file in windows media player and you should be good to go. If you have downloaded the divx codec, and it still won’t play then go and google xvid, and download its codec. It should work then. As for playing the .avi on your dvd player, if you have nero 5.5, you should be able to make a VCD, which your dvd player should be able to play.

i have installed all of the above, but it still wont play the AVI file on any of the players i have installed, windows media player, real player, divx player im going barmy!

help any one reply

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i have a neighbor who showed mehow to download movies aff the limewire.. well there was one out 18 that i loved to watch it was in my computer and on a dvd, but now all the movies i have downloadd and are on my computer only play music and the dvdv’s sont do anything ... 19 dvd some that took over 4 hours to download. i think im being sabatougs what ever my spelling sucks to but everythinng i tell her whats it doing she just says (well your doing something wrong or your puter is a peace a shit )ok on mud sling but i have a brean new out of the boxcompaq presario pc weith windows vists and a hole lot of stuff this women well never out be for i die and and im thinking that might be about 120 years ,,,,.. PLEASE HELP ME I DONT WANT TO GO AND HELP HER FIX HER PUTER sorry thanks deby reply

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help me b-4 i put 700 dollers out on the curb.. my neighbor was so kind to show me how to burn dvd movies off the web with lime wire and i cant get they one’s on the dvd to play only one time and i can watch the one’s i kept one the desk top i can only watch 1 or 2 times. everythime i ask her aboutit she says its eather me messimg things up or i have a (shitty computer) i have outof the boxcomprq presario pc and it came iwht windows vista and more stuff thin i will ever able to understand if i had your draw me pictures.. please help me ...thanks deby reply

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hi it took me ages to find do this myself but its fairly simple, you do need to convert them from avi first and ul be abe to do that with a program called prism converter its free to do and its also very easy once uv downloaded your movie just put it in prism and hit convert and it will do it for you usually takes about 2 minutes then ul have to convert and burn to disk. hope this helps. reply

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it wont let me burn on a dvd-r memorex reply

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I am trying to play a DVD+R on my Computer. My husband passed away and a friend put the Power Point on the disk for me. I’m afraid that I might somehow erase it. Can you please help me so that I can play it. I also have a DVD Player hooked up to my T.V. but that won’t read it either it just says Error. Any help would be appreciated.

Bless You,

D. Newell reply

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I’ve tried with CyberLink PowerProducer, it worked for the video but guess what ...it turned out with no audio..how frustrating was I! reply

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hi. i’ve been having the same exact problem. i refuse to believe there isn’t a way to circumvent this problem. i can burn the .avi files to dvd using my divx player’s burner (windows dvd burner won’t even allow the avi file to be burned) but once i’m done burning, i try to pop the newly made dvd into my home player on my tv and it says “incorrect disc." i guess it just can’t read divx video. but there has to be a way to convert it to a readable file. either that or i’m buying a new dvd player. the one i have is pretty old. reply

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