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  Reply # 149752 21-Jul-2008 08:47
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fillip_k: Im not sure if replying after this long will help but,
you can use VisualHub.

It saves the converted AVI into a DVD ISO ready for burning.


Hah! I own visualhub and i forgot about that!  doh, visualhub would be the best option if you have it.  quick and easy.



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  Reply # 149824 21-Jul-2008 11:55

thats what im using at the moment but it doesnt have an option for doing a menu this is if i have more than one movie and no chapters.  Im looking for a program like convertx which i use on my windows but need a similar one for mac


thanks:-)

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  Reply # 149883 21-Jul-2008 14:10
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UPRYZ: thats what im using at the moment but it doesnt have an option for doing a menu this is if i have more than one movie and no chapters.  Im looking for a program like convertx which i use on my windows but need a similar one for mac


thanks:-)


idvd or toast then :)

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