How do I play/burn .avi files?

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How to Play AVI Files?

Generally speaking, you can play AVI files with the latest Windows Media Player and the powerful VLC player. However, playing AVI may still require one thing: the codec. You need to install a new codec to open the one that media player refuses to play. If you wish to try out a codec pack, K-Lite Codec Pack is highly recommended.

Here is a guide show you How to Burn AVI to DVD? reply

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What is AVI File?
Audio Video Interleave, known by its acronym AVI, is a multimedia container format introduced by Microsoft in November 1992 as part of its Video for Windows technology. AVI files can contain both audio and video data in a file container that allows synchronous audio-with-video playback.

How to Burn AVI to DVD?
Aimersoft DVD Creator is an easy-to-use and professional AVI to DVD converter which will not only allow you to convert and burn AVI to DVD, but also lets you save space on your memory card and hard drive. reply


There is software that you can purchase which will do this, but if you plan on watching alot of these files, I’d just purchase a new Divx DVD player. You can buy these Divx players which play pretty much all video formats (avi, mpeg, etc) and are very inexpensive. You can get them starting around 40 dollars at Circuit City, Walmart, or pretty much any other store that sells electronics. If you look up “Divx player” on google, you will find many models.

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hi there.I’ve been burning a lot of avi files lately into data disc using nero 7. However here’s the problem, some movies stop at a certain point when played on a dvd player. I burned two cds with the same file in it but with the same result. The file however is playable on my laptop. please advise what to do.any help would be appreciated. reply

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With my lack of computing knowledge I needed something very simple to convert my .avi videos into dvds that can be played in my dvd player. I watched YouTube tutorials on the subject (these are great sources of easy to follow information also) and read the comments. One comment mentioned “Windows DVD Maker” found in Vista and Windows 7.

I went to the Microsoft.com website and searched “Windows DVD Maker” for instructions. Although it did not mention converting avi videos, I took a chance anyway. Two hours later my JVC video player was playing a perfect dvd copy of the .avi video!

Windows DVD Maker, different from Windows Movie Maker, is in Vista, Home Premium (and up) and Windows 7. Here is a link: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Burn-a-DVD-Video-disc

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am not new to this but its easy just take your time in download www.tmpegnc.net and go from there and you would want to burn at 4x so it comes out good in not freezing up etc. just give it a try also try to burn it on a dvd but you ned to know what your computer disk drive handle (-) or (+) disks then go from there o use nero to burn the dvd reply

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if you get the latest nero, it comes with Nero Vision, which can pretty much do everything....also dvd decrypter is a great free app to convert your dvd cd’s to be able to burn on your own CD...... reply


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anthony wrote:

Nikolai Shillinglaw wrote:
Can’t be done. You need a divx/xvid/mpeg4 enabled dvd player. The logo for one or more of those will be printed on the box the dvd player came in and maybe on the player itself. More and more of the newer players play these but not all. I spent a lot of time converting avis to vcd and svcd until I realised that for 60 euros (now only 50) I could get a player that would play avis. Well worth the investment. When/if you do get one, the answer to your question is burn the avi to cd (treat it as data, which takes about 10 mins) and then shove it in the player. Voilá!

hello there.ive been burning this way for a year now but have only now run into a problem.2 movies i recently burnt were approx 1.4 gb.my pioneer did not play all the movie.indeed it even stated the running time as 1hr 11min when it should have been 1hr 51min.i think it has something to do with the magical 700 mb.what do you think.thanks

I got the same problem as you Anthony! So what do we do? reply

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ronald wrote:
hi there.I’ve been burning a lot of avi files lately into data disc using nero 7. However here’s the problem, some movies stop at a certain point when played on a dvd player. I burned two cds with the same file in it but with the same result. The file however is playable on my laptop. please advise what to do.any help would be appreciated.

My 3 movies on the burned DVD couldn’t play on DIVX but is ok with VLC. Could it be the writer/burner driver problem? My 700mb movies are fine, btw. reply

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you can download realplayer sp for free and it has a converter that basically converts any kind of file. i use it to convert avi files into wmv. reply

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How do i allow my dvd to play on my tv? i already converted my dvds to AVI format, but my tv says “there is an error..". i do not know what else i should do. what should i do so that my dvd can be played on the tv? reply

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How do I play .avi movies from external harddrive directly to tv? reply

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courtney wrote:
you can download realplayer sp for free and it has a converter that basically converts any kind of file. i use it to convert avi files into wmv.

I’ve try realplayer burner to do this, but it is not free. and the converter you mentioned cannot burn avi files to dvd disc. reply

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