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Posted: 15 Sep 05, 16:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Could any body tell me what soft you use to put divx to dvd format(for my own use) i have downloaded a few live concerts and freddie mercury tribute programmes and i cant figure out how to put them to dvd
Can anyone help?????

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Posted: 15 Sep 05, 16:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Here is a page with a number of tutorials on how to do this:

http://www.videohelp.com/guides.php?tools=&madeby=&formatconversionselect=DivX+to+DVD&howtoselect=%3B&orderby=Date&listall=1&hits=25&archive=0&listallusers=&search=Search+or+List+Guides

I would also check and see if your DVD player can play DIVX files. That would save the trouble of converting the files.

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Posted: 15 Sep 05, 16:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thank you it has really been anoying me i have a lot of good footage that i cant put to disk

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Posted: 15 Sep 05, 17:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I've been converting videos for around 2 years now, and let me tell you: unless you've got a ton of free space on your computer, don't bother with DVD, especially if the source is low-resolution.
If it's around 352x240 or 352x288, convert it to Video CD (VCD). Most DVD players can handle them no problem.
If it's closer to 640x480 or so, convert it to Super Video CD (SVCD). Since it uses the same codecs as DVD, you get great video with almost-100% compatibility on DVD players.
If it's large, I HIGHLY recommend using the KVCD format. (http://www.kvcd.net) It's not VCD- or SVCD-compliant, so compatibility's down a little, but being able to stuff 360 minutes of video onto a regular 700 MB CD-R is donuts.


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Posted: 15 Sep 05, 17:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

total video convertor version 2.3

you'll need a keygen for it tho'

come back if you need the full access to it...it works well


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Posted: 15 Sep 05, 20:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I use Tsunami MPEG Encoder (TMPGEnc).
It's freeware, and the de facto standard for encoding to VCD/SVCD/DVD.
www.tmpgenc.net


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