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Thread: Series to DVD?

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    I just downloaded a TV series, 8, 400MB AVI files...3.2GB...How exactly can I burn these to a DVD to watch on my TV?
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    does your DVD player support Mpeg4 (XviD/DivX)?

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    No, just VCD/DVD

    I could go the long way of using Adobe Encore to transcode and author a DVD, but is there a more automatic way?
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    Vamp..VSO DIVXtoDVD WILL DO a good job for U..I recomend U only put 4 1hr ep on 1 disc for quality purposes

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    vso divx to dvd

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    Vamp..VSO DIVXtoDVD WILL DO a good job for U..I recomend U only put 4 1hr ep on 1 disc for quality purposes

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    Yeah, vso's software is good. They changed the name to ConvertX to Dvd now though.

    Another alternative is WinAvi. That does the same thing as Vso's software.
    I miss the days of random nut '03
    Click for more activation options, then activate by telephone. Run the keygen.
    if I call them, aren't they going to get me? (you know, down there)

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    Let me just note, that if you are planning to watch these on a stand alone DVD player, they will have to be re-encoded in some way. By re-encoding to another format, you will not only lose quality, but the file sizes will grow, and you may not be able to fit them all on 1 DVD-r when you're finished with the 5-10 hours of encoding.

    However, if you just want to keep the episodes for later viewing on your computer, you can burn them as a data ISO, and will not re-encode, or lose any quality. Which would be very beneficial if you have a TV-out port on your video card.

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