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Topic # 50997 26-Nov-2009 19:14
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Im after some dvd burning software to burn avi videos, so i can watch them on a DVD player

Previous attempts i have had 2 seprate programs, 1 to convert the avi file and one 2 burn it to the dvd, but all my attempts seem to result in the sounds being a couple of seconds out which you can imagine is really annoying.

Does anyone have sujestions of programs they have success with in the past, i dont mind if the program costs a little but of money aslong as its not really fiddely

Thanks :)

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  Reply # 276631 26-Nov-2009 19:45
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i use Cucusoft avi to dvd always seems to work its not free though and if you find you are getting sync issues you could try slowing the burn speed down, it can make it better,

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  Reply # 276643 26-Nov-2009 20:04
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Hi Whitefoxxx
I only need to 'play' with video infrequently but have had a lot of success using the cover disk software from the Rip & Burn issues of PCUser.
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  Reply # 276750 27-Nov-2009 08:19
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I use ConvertX to DVD - does great job each time :)




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