Want to burn avi format dvd?

Most things i look at seem to want to covert to dvd format! I have Nero-6 and been told i can do it, to watch on my dvd player which has avi compatibility!

Thank you

Euroned

If your player is avi compatible,then don’t convert,just try playing avi…
If you need to burn avi to cd and don’t want DVD then make a video cd with nero, providing your avi fits on cd disc that is!..BTW ner0 usually wants to convert everything … I use IMGBurn instead… :slight_smile:
Sorry ,your post is a little confusing… :slight_smile:

with nero 6 open nero burning rom, and select either --CD-ROM(ISO) OR DVD-ROM(ISO)–, as t0nee1 said “providing your avi fits on cd disc” if not then choose the dvd mode. a cd will hold 700 mb of data and a dvdr will hold about 4483 mb. just drag and drop your avi and watch the bar on the bottom to see the size of your file. then click on burn button.

if you have more questions please ask. troy

no just ust the divx player it will burn avi discs
also if you if you player is divx compatible you can make a config disk

http://www.divx.com/products/hw/browse.php?c=1

??? A player cannot burn anything.

Ok managed to burn .avi to dvd disc by using nero to burn it as a data dvd, but when i play on my tv dvd player the audio is out of sync, is there anything i can do about this either with my player or codecs when i burn on pc?

Thanks again

Euroned

im not sure. so far ive not had that problem. :bigsmile: i think it has something to do with the audio from the avi is variable bit rate, but not sure how to correct this. maybe a program called SUPER ©.

i know there are threads around here which discuss this issue. for some reason the search is not working for me today, just comes up with a blank screen using FF. and IE says this page can not be displayed. :confused: but if you have better luck using the search function or do some manual searching around the newbie forum and the CD and DVD Burning Forum, Video Edit forum and the Audio forum, im sure you will find something.

troy

Ok managed to burn .avi to dvd disc by using nero to burn it as a data dvd, but when i play on my tv dvd player the audio is out of sync, is there anything i can do about this either with my player or codecs when i burn on pc?
Assuming the original file and disc play OK on your PC you may want to check whether a firmware update is available for your DVD player.

If the firmware is not the issue check whether the type of avi file / audio used by the avi file is fully compatable with your DVD player - use GSpot to check the codecs required (google it).

You may then want to try a program like virtualdub (google again) which can recompress avi’s, including the option to change the audio.

After opening the file in virtualdub under the audio tab select full processing mode and click compression - you can then choose the want you want. Then under the file tab click save avi. (It could take a few attempts until you find one which is OK).

When I record avi’s on my PCs TV card my DVD/AVI player tends to like either PCM or MP3 audio. Be careful though with PCM as I seem to remember this is classed as uncompressed audio therefore your file size will probably increase.

Hope this helps :flower:

If your original file is in sync , then burn avi with IMGBurn in build mode…
If not, open avi in VD,and try this,
Audio -> Interleaving -> Audio Skew Correction -> Delay Audio Track By [ ] ms
and save… Also read this,
http://forum.videohelp.com/topic316884.html

Edit to my above re: my bad, disregard the IMGBurn part ,as I was referring to other post I responded to…But you can still use VD or VDMod for latter part of post… :o

http://www.divx.com/products/hw/browse.php?c=1

vs

http://www.divx.com/divx/windows/player/

there is a clear difference.

:slight_smile: i think your post was misunderstood, i know i did. :slight_smile:

HI,
I downloaded a HiRes (720) movie from ZML. I burnt it to a DVD using NERO Data Format. My OPPO DV 981HD see the DVD as an UNKNOWN DISK. ZML tech. support say I should burn using an AVI format, how fo I do this, whithout loosing the quality?
Mike

ZML is offering movies that have not been released to dvd or blu ray. Many, in point of fact, are still showing at theaters. This means they are not a legal site, and we cannot help with any downloaded videos from them.

MRWD: maybe you should read this http://www.movie-reviews.ws/movie-downloads-zml.php?t=mzml This doesn’t answer your question but worth reading

[QUOTE=Jimbo;2488905]MRWD: maybe you should read this http://www.movie-reviews.ws/movie-downloads-zml.php?t=mzml This doesn’t answer your question but worth reading[/QUOTE]

Jimbo that site is sure attcking zml. The pricing of the 3 other sites listed are all the same. Use neither then all is well, use a non pay service is even better. The postal type do seem to be ok, but a little pricey with having no competition.