I’m a newby here, so sorry if my question sounds sort of stupid or if I’m posting in the wrong forum.
I use DVD-Decrypter and AutoGK to backup my dvds, which works nicely and produces great quality. My standalone dvd-player doesn’t have any problems with these files as long as I burn them in ISO mode on the DVD.
UDF-mode DVDs, which I need for avi-files larger than 2GB, don’t work with my player. If I simply burn the avi to the dvd my player doesn’t recognise it at all. If I create a folder named VIDEO_TS and put the avi into it, the dvd-player does recognise the dvd, shows me its content and tells me that the file type is not allowed on this file system.
Is there any possibility to burn XVid-avis larger than 2Gb on a dvd my player reads?
If not, what would recommend for high quality dvds: Either compressing the XVid file down to 2GB, or using a completely different programme like DVDshrink?