[QUOTE=cholla;2641409]I used a CD RW for the WMM slide show in High MAT.
I used a DVD -RW when I burned the AVStoDVD conversion .
I didn’t get any FPS warnings.
The FPS on the .WMV file are 30 .
The FPS on the DVD .vob is 29.97 .
I checked the files with MediaInfo .
If the .wmv loads OK when you “add title” in AVStoDVD ,
Right click on the WMV file in the “Source Titles " window .
Select " View Title Info”.
That will have the FPS of the .WMV file.
You might also try to “Preview title output” to see how the .wmv plays in AVStoDVD.
To make sure you did use only the .wmv file in the conversion attempt ?
I haven’t tried to burn DVD compliant files to a CD . I’ve read about this but never saw the point of doing it with DVD discs as cheap as they are.
If that is what you want to do someone with experience in VCD/SVCD will need to help.
DVDFlick is usually easier to use than AVStoDVD . You might want to try it first again.
In “Project settings” Burning uncheck " Burn project to disc " so it doesn’t automatically burn to disc.
Make sure Menu is “None” .
Other than that let everything run as default for you first attempt.
Then check to see how the VIDEO_TS folder plays in VLC player .
For my test .wmv AVStoDVD produced a better video quality.
I’m sure this is due to it using HCEnc . It is a lot slower though.[/QUOTE]
I never could get AVS TO DVD to work! However I did get DVD to work! The Video I made with Windows Movie Maker with HighMat wasnt the clearest when I converted it! My camera at the time wasnt the best! I converted one MPEG4 Music Video File Converterd & it looked good with DVD Flick! Question is now how do I put more that one Video on the disc? It has about 24 Videos on it! Might have to use two discs to get them all since they will be in Standard Video format & not compressed! Have a good 4th tomorow! Thanks