How do I play/burn .avi files?

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Bassman wrote:
For goodness sake, READ THE THREAD before posting your questions. (not directed at anyone in particular)

To convert avi etc to DVD go to http://www.trustfm.net/divx/SoftwareAvi2Dvd.html
and download Avi2DVD.
The description:
About : Avi2Dvd is an All In One tool in order to convert with just few clicks an Avi/Ogm/Mkv/Wmv/Dvd to Dvd/Svcd/Vcd.
Supports multiple audiostreams and up to three subtitles. From the version 0.3.4 and later can support DV-AVI videos, so it can handle captured avi’s from digital videocameras. Avi2dvd can also produce semi professional dvd menus with chapter/audio/subtitles buttons with extreme facility !
This utility is 100% freeware and uses only freeware software.

As you can see it’s 100% free, and will do what 90% of the posts in this thread are asking.

I bet there will still be posts asking what to use though :(

This is NOT FREEWARE! It is $39 a year. Why lie like that?

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Thanks syncm.

Awesome advice on the DivX codec. :D Works like a charm! reply

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Thanks syncm.

Awesome advice on the DivX codec. :D Works like a charm! reply

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Hi hashisingh, avi file is a compressed movie file format, usualy Divx or Xvid.

If you want to play avi files directly on DVD player(through USB), you need to go and buy a Divx compatible dvd player. You can get them on E-bay for around $50 Aus.

To play on non Divx dvd players, you would follow these steps to burn AVI to DVD using Aimersoft AVI to DVD software in a few simple clicks:
1. Add your video files to list by clicking on 'Add' button.
2. Select the quality and make dvd menu before burning.
3. Click on “Burn” button and that’s it. It’s so easy. reply


Holy Sh---! Can anyone just answer the damn question???? How do you burn avi files onto a regular friggin DVD??? Simple. I know many of you are smart and like to treat people like idiots who simply don’t know, but please dont bother posting then.

Forget xvid. Just a plain DVD. What do you need to do to get an .avi onto one???? reply

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I’ve the same problem in burning AVI files to DVD but u can burn them to a standard vcd by first converting to mpeg. Then use your burner reply

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I tried TMPGEnc software and it did solve the issue and I was able to convert an AVI file to MPEG which I later burned on a regular DVD and was able to watch on a cheapo DVD player connected to my TV. The sound and picture integrity were excellent. reply

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i recently downloaded a bunch of tv series episodes which i renamed so S01E01 etc and copied to my har drive in order to play on my tv via usb.

however they are no longer playing in sequence after i changed the file names... they show up in order on my pc but not on the tv!

does anyone know how to fix this? reply

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my dvd burnner it play dvd but nut cd reply

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My dvd player has divx and i can use windows media player to burn data discs that play in my dvd player, only problem is occasionally they burn with no sound can anyone help me with this? reply

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good reply

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how do u just burn files onto a blank DVD and have it play in a standard DVD player. reply

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Sorry have a question that may sound pretty stupid to some here, but over the years I have used DVD-R’s for burning a disk and DVD FAB with Nero however lately I have found I can not do it. Says I need a double layer disk. Why all of a sudden can I not copy and burn a disk?
What is the best type of disk to use for this application ?? reply

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always use CD-RW or DVD-RW. if you want a high profile burning device this two are best & top of its kind, Some time its better to do confession when there is matter of quality
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I’ve been burning .avi files and jpegs onto data disks for awhile, I upgraded to windows 7 from xp pro only to discover my trusty nero 6 isn’t compatible with w 7. so after much web browsing i found ImgBurn which links with dvd decrypter software (nice) it burns any file format, answer to my problem I thought. No it wasn’t audio plays fine but no video whats that about. files play on computer off disk as well as on hard drive. any surguestions ???
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Download dvd flick. keep it at about 3x speed to keep the voices matched up with the video. Hope this helps. reply

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Firts go to ulead.com and dwlnooad the dvd program and then compile your files and burn them using ulead.But you have to have a DVD/RW drive reply

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Hi hashisingh, avi file is a compressed movie file format, usualy Divx or Xvid.

If you want to play avi files directly on DVD player(through USB), you need to go and buy a Divx compatible dvd player. You can get them on E-bay for around $50 Aus.

To play on non Divx dvd players, you would follow these steps to burn AVI files to DVD in a few simple clicks:
1. Add your video files to list by clicking on 'Add' button.
2. Select the quality and make dvd menu before burning.
3. Click on “Burn” button and that’s it. It’s so easy.

Thanks a million, SmoothLake. It really works on my Mac and DVD player.
I am agree now that with the right program, burning AVI to DVD disc is not that difficult (at least for me). reply

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