I’ve got a bunch of .avi files on my PC that I would like to burn to a DVD so I can watch them on my TV.
I’ve got an Xbox 360, PS2 and Phillips DVD Player to play the DVD on, a bunch of DVD-RW (I want to remove the stuff after i’ve watched it) and Nero Ultimate 7 burning software.
So far the only way (that I can see anyway) to burn a video to DVD so that it can be viewed on a TV is using the “Make Your Own DVD-Video” option, which takes forever as it appears to be playing video file as it records.
The video is 45mins long and I have another 10 or so, and doing it this way would take forever.
My question is, is there any way to make a DVD that will play on “most DVD players” without having to watch the video file as it burns.
From looking @ what is going on in the software it looks like the avi is being “transcoded” and then I assume it will then be burnt to the DVD. Is there any way/software etc. to transcode the avi files I have before burning them to the DVD using Nero, hopefully stopping this annoying wait.