As the title suggests, here's what I need:
Have quite a few +/-700mb AVI's that I need to burn to DVD.
Vista's DVD maker works, doesn't give many options.
What I would like to find is software that would allow me to batch process several movies that I can burn to DVD later - maybe saving them in DVD structure on hard drive?
I would also like to find software that allows adjustment of CPU utilization during encoding process so that I can continue to use my PC for other tasks.
PC isn't that slow - dual core Athlon 6000+, 3 gig/ram and SATA II drive, but it's difficult to do anything on the machine when encoding.
As of now, I encode/burn when I won't be using the machine for a few hours but it's a pain. Ability to batch process would help if I can't adjust cpu usage.
Note - currently trying DVD Flick for it's CPU usage, not much experience yet.