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Thread: avi burning

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    ok i need some urgent help!!....i have ff 7 advent children.its an avi file.how do i go about burning it to a cd-r.please and if someone has posted this already please redirect me.thank you

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    backlash's Avatar usenet lover
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    if you have nero open nero express and choose video cd. Then you can choose that file and burn it. It's very easy.

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    You can use nero to burn it ( just use the ist option in the list) but be aware you will only be able to play it on your pc or a divx player and not a standard standalone dvd player.You can alternatively burn a vcd and try playing it that way on your dvd player.

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    I too recommend nero. I use startsmart and use the 'create a dvd movie' option or something.

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    ok i have a lil problem...the movie im trying to burn to cdr is 100 minutes long but the cd holds only 80 min.what can i do fit the whole thing into a cd?if not then what can i do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnq86
    ok i have a lil problem...the movie im trying to burn to cdr is 100 minutes long but the cd holds only 80 min.what can i do fit the whole thing into a cd?if not then what can i do?
    the time is only for music cd's, when burning a movie or other files it will check the filesize.

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    ok....then what do i do if the file size is too big for 1 cd?how do i split?

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    i have nero version 6 but when i try to burn an avi file to a cd it gives me a MPEG-2 encoder and decoder has to be purchased.what can i do about this?

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    burn the file as 'data'

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    or find it another way

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