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How to burn AVI files to DVD

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  1. willslick

    willslick New Member

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    Hello friends I am looking for a free or cheep program that would allow me to burn DVD from AVI video files. I down loaded VLC media player and It has the codex Needed to play the video files on my P.C. I would like to burn the files on to DVD so I can watch on my wide screen. I am grateful for your time and any advice you can offer.Thanks

    Will F.
     
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    I'll check it out TY
     
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    videofab or dvdfab
     
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    1. Load a blank DVD media into your DVD burner.
    2. Open Super DVD Creator 9.8 program.
    3. Click on DVD Disc Builder icon.
    4. Add the AVI files that you want to burn by clicking on the “+” button. You can add as many files as you want as long as it will not exceed the maximum capacity of your blank disc. If you wish to use a double layer disc (DVD-9) click on the “DVD-5” button to toggle between DVD-5 and DVD-9 media.
    5. After adding the files click on the next button to continue to the next step which is customizing the DVD menu. If you want to skip on creating a DVD menu, simply uncheck the “Create DVD Menu” option to proceed to the burning process.
    6. Customizing the menu. To customize the menu select "How to create a custom DVD".
    7. After configuring all the desired settings click on the “Next” button at the bottom right of the program to proceed with the burning process.
    8. When burning is complete, close the program and see if burning was successful.
     
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    Can i suggest a very cool program to that in a easy way? or i have to PM him?
     
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    i've been using dvd flick with good results
     
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    Converter X To DVD its just perfect it can converter from any format to DVD...
     
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    ty all
     
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    I use Nero Vision 5 (Nero 7, 8, 9 packs). The nice thing about it is you can do it with or without menu screen where Roxio's software requires a menu.
     
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