I am aware that the normal procedure for burning an avi file to a dvd so it can play on all standard dvd players is to convert using a program for example convertx to dvd, and it converts and burns.
For the last couple of days, I have been trying figure out how to burn avi files on to a dvd, but without converting files. my dvd player supports divx among others.
I started looking for this when a friend of mine who has a video cam told me that he burned 2-3 avi files onto a dvd using the software that came with his cam. (note the avi files are not taken from the actual cam).
I thought this way I would use a lot less dvds, and also because I dont have so much space storing up all around 1 dvd per avi movie file I have.
I am not very familiar with all the technical features, but the last couple of weeks, browsing around the web, and also thanks to your forum I have learned lots.
Please can someone help me out. What program-software should I be using to do this procedure.
Also i want to do this procedure NOT on a cd because a standard cd has max 700mb. I want to use a dvd, is this possible?