[QUOTE=Kerry56;2153256]If your player can playback avi’s, then yes, you can put a fair number on a dvd. Just burn the avi files as regular data files on the blank dvdr. Your player will give you a selection to choose from when you go to play them.[/QUOTE]
Ok I’ll try and report about this, as I cant seem to find any information in the manual regarding avi playback . It just mentions that the player plays all DVD formats and CD/SVCD
Do you have any idea whether this model (Philips DVP532K) does or does not play avi ? I guess I’ll risk a DVD
[QUOTE=t0nee1;2153262]If your final video is over an hour and you plan to put it on one 4 GB DVD use a bitrate calculator to determine the highest bitrate you can use.
The higher the bitrate the bigger the files=good/better quality…
The lower the bitrate used the lower the quality,but you’ll fit fit more on a disc…
But if your movies are that size, they’ve been highly compressed already ,so don’t expect miracles when converting to DVD Mpeg2…
Thanks for the link, but does an avi have higher quality to choose from ? I mean, if my player support avi playback, then I would be watching 6 files at much higher quality compared to if I were to convert and burn ?
Sorry for constant botheration, but i really need to know