Making A DVD

vbimport

#1

I have a whole bunch of files, they are all in .avi format and I want to format them so I can burn them onto DVD and play them in my DVD player. What program do I need to accomplish this?

I also have a bunch of files all in different formats, (avi, ram, asf, mpeg) what program is there to get them all into one format?


#2

The answers to all of your questions can be easily found at www.dvdrhelp.com.


#3

Easily? I’ve looked through that site and couldn’t find anything that worked to do what I needed to do.


#4

Try to do a search on this page.

Videohelp contain not only a very big daabase of tools, bu also many guides to use these tools.

Try a thoroughly search


#5

The FilmMachine looks a decent bet http://members.home.nl/thefilmmachine/ as does VSO divxtodvd http://www.vso-software.fr/.

However , go to the Video Edit Software forum , guides & tutorials & look at those. Just about all you need is there.

You’ve got the brief responses you have as this question gets asked & answered on a daily basis & newbies don’t investigate for themselves enough.


#6

Well I tried several tools from that site and they all gave me errors hence why I came here and asked. I do my research, its just that experience sometimes is better then knowledge thats why I came here to ask experienced people.

I’m gonna try FilmMachine, DivXtoDVD refuses to work.


#7

Damn it, The FilmMachine doesnt work either. They all just tell me The .Avi file can’t be opened. They don’t give me any more info then that. :frowning: ARGH.

The file plays fine.


#8

NeroVision Express in make dvd mode. add files, go through the routine…


#9

Possibly a codec problem, I know with Tmpgenc that that was how it responded to a missing codec.
Get Gspot & Avicodec. Both will tell you what codecs are required & avicodec can help you get it.


#10

Roxio Easy Media Creator 7.5 (http://www.roxio.com/en/products/emc75/index.jhtml) or Nero (http://ww2.nero.com/enu/index.html) then again you could convert them using Magic Video Batch Converter (http://www.flydragonsoft.com/video-converter.htm) or movavi (http://movavi.com) then burn them to a DVD-R/RW. Hope that helped.