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  1. ste2425

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    hey guys im after some free software that will take a file and do any converting it needs to to make playable on a standard normal dvd player then burn it to disk. Ive tried googlin for it all readybut all the stuff ive come up with is either realy bad quality, doesnt do what i need, or has a time limit so i crnt fit the whole film on. Its an avi format i dont no if that is compatible or not cheers in advance guys m gals.
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    Not sure if there is a free one, unless you go open source...

    if you do decide to pay.. convert x to dvd has never given me problems.. try the trial!
     
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    I use a program called PowerISO. There is a free and a pay version. They are exactly the same, but the free version pops up a "GO REGISTER" window every start of the program. It has full functionality as well. That is the best program IMO: HERE
     
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    I don't think there is any all in one program (especially not free one).
    I just use FormatFactory for any multimedia format conversions (very simple to use and can convert loads of formats in all ways) and Ashampoo Burning Studio 6 Free.
    But most of movies found online (you know which ones i mean) are already encoded in a way to support the widest possible range of DVD (DivX/XviD) players.
    Unless if you mean by "standard normal DVD player" a DVD player that doesn't have any DivX playback capabilities...
     

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