Suggest software to burn high quality video in double layer w/o losing quality

Hello,
I have a 7.8GB high quality video (.avi file) that i want to burn in double layer disk(8.5GB).
So that i can play it on TV via DVD-player.
Can someone suggest any software that can do this without reducing orignal quality and resolution.

You could use ImgBurn & see if that works for you.

So that i can play it on TV via DVD-player

Does your DVD player support AVI playback?..If it does, then use Imgburn as suggested, in ‘Build mode’…
If on the other hand it doesn’t, you’ll have to [I]convert[/I] it to DVD…

[QUOTE=raul_8;2310342]Hello,
I have a 7.8GB high quality video (.avi file) that i want to burn in double layer disk(8.5GB).
So that i can play it on TV via DVD-player.
Can someone suggest any software that can do this without reducing orignal quality and resolution.[/QUOTE]

i use dvd flick that converts avi file to dvd format.as for quality.comes out alright.you can try it.its free.(it will take a while for it to convert.couple hours for that size file.approximately)