AVI to DVD

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  1. Sonicslasher
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    What is a good program for putting AVI videos to DVD?
     
  2. Anakir

    Anakir Project: Melee

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    Depends what you want to convert.. as in. Does it have soft subtitles (external)? If so, I'd use ConvertXtoDVD. If it's just one AVI video with hard subtitles or no subtitles, I'd use WinAVI.
     
  3. Jackreyes

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    Xilisoft have quite a nice one
     
  4. Chotaz

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    AVItoDVD or aviXtoDVD, something like that, cant remember the name, but its quite good and I used to use it.
     
  5. FAST6191

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    FAVC if I am not doing it by hand as it works with just about everything and can be stopped and told exactly what to do when I want it to
    http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=106677 or http://favcfavc.googlepages.com/

    On the advanced menu (the rightmost tab) select use directshowsource instead of AVIsource, add ensurevbrmp3sync() to the second box down and trim(100,0) below it.

    As a rule of thumb 2 hours for a single layer DVD and 4 for a dual layer although you can break that fairly easily and not suffer.

    Subs, menus and avisynth forming the backbone make for a hell of an app.
     
  6. Jax

    Jax Pip Pip Cheerioink!

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    ConvertXtoDVD is my favorite.
     
  7. Sonicslasher
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    Is it free? Also links would be nice.
     
  8. MasterM

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    NO its not free.

    But dvdflick is, and its better imo.

    http://www.dvdflick.net/