[QUOTE=Kerry56;2261040]Welcome to the forums es1974.
Yes, this is possible. All you have to do is burn the avi files as data onto your dvd. If you put several avi files on the disk, your dvd player should show you a list of files included on the disk, and allow you to choose which one to play.
I use ImgBurn for most of my burning needs these days. It is a very well respected, free program. www.imgburn.com
Once you have it installed, just click on Write Files/Folders to a Disc. This will bring up a window where you can browse to your files on your hard drive and add them to your compilation. I’ve included a picture showing how to look for your files.
Use good media and burn at a moderate speed. I recommend Verbatim 16x disks, burned at 8x or 12x speed.[/QUOTE]
Wow I tried it out and it worked!!!
Thanks so much, you don’t know how many forums I actually looked into to get this simple answer!!! Your forum is defintely the best!!!
Imgburn is a very easy to use program! Looks exactly like dvd decryptor.
So Nero would not have done this task right? Because I had tried it, and it kept telling me I have not put in a CD-R/RW.
Also one last question, is there a way I can make a directory for all the avi files?