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Free DVD making software

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Is there any good DVD making software out there. I have a 700mb AVI file that I would like to put on DVD but with better visual quality. I tried Nero's but in dark areas it is really blocky and quick sudden movements tear.
 

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Well I google too and found one called ConvertXtoDVD. Trying it out right now.
 
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The video can be only as good as the source video. In other words, don't expect a high quality video
 
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You could look into DVDRebuilder and add some AviSynth filters (for deblocking , ringing removal, upsampling , noise removal and deinterlacing). AviSynth can do near-mystical things with poor video material, but it has a rather steep learning curve.

I use this with GREAT results.:D