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Topic # 11247 11-Jan-2007 12:53
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Hi guys i have a lot of movies on my computer in AVI and mpg format and i would like to burn them on to dvd so i can watch them on my living room DVD player. Could any one reconmend any programe to do this? Please help, Cheers!!!!

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  Reply # 57599 11-Jan-2007 14:43
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Hi

I've used both Nero Vision Express 3 SE and Cyber-Link Power Producer 2 Gold to do this, my PC is 4-5 years old but the encoding (converting AVI, MPG to DVD format) takes hours before it actually burns it to the DVD.

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Reon

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Reply # 57605 11-Jan-2007 14:52
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I use Movie DVD Maker v1.6.6 and it's simple/ intuitive to use.

The blurb: Movie DVD Maker is a high speed and easy-to-use video DVD VCD SVCD maker, creating DVD VCD SVCD disc from all video files, so you can play your movies on your home DVD player. Supports many input formats: AVI, DIVX, XVID, MP4, MPG, WMV,ASF, MOV, QT etc.                            
Converts your movie files to DVD VCD SVCD format using our fast High-Quality Mpeg1/2 encoder and then burn to DVD VCD SVCD Disc with High-Speed burner engine.




Cheers, Stevo

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  Reply # 58185 17-Jan-2007 17:28
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i use winavi, its very good.  you can choose virtually any source video and convert it to either normal or dual layer dvd.  it does all the settings for you, but is also fully customisable.  5 stars from me *****

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