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Thread: Convert a 2CD Xvid movie into 1 DVD

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    dbmp's Avatar ubuntu <3 BT Rep: +13BT Rep +13BT Rep +13
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    Hi there. I don't know if this is the right section to ask (if it's not, please move it), sorry. I know that in times i could do this, but i forgot how!!!

    Here's the problem: i got a movie that comes in 2 .AVI, encoded with Xvid. I want to convert that do DVD, so i can burn and watch @ my DVD player. With 1 .AVI i usually use VSO ConvertXtoDVD, but how do i make with 2 (that are the same movie, just divided in 2 parts)? Oh, and i don't want them to "break" @ the merge part...

    Thanks for any help.

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    I know you mean as I use Vso as well . I just click cd two when ready to watch , think of it as a washroom break . I always wonder why its broken up that way , two large a file ?


    Example is Transformers @ 1.38 gb .


    AVI-joiner :


    http://www.008soft.com/products/avi-joiner.htm

    Virtualdub :

    http://www.digital-digest.com/dvd/do...aldub_346.html
    Last edited by peat moss; 09-19-2007 at 12:57 AM.

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    Winavi works fine for me

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    dbmp's Avatar ubuntu <3 BT Rep: +13BT Rep +13BT Rep +13
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    HUm, will try that. Thanks for the replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peat moss View Post
    I know you mean as I use Vso as well . I just click cd two when ready to watch , think of it as a washroom break . I always wonder why its broken up that way , two large a file ?
    to fit the cd?

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    dbmp's Avatar ubuntu <3 BT Rep: +13BT Rep +13BT Rep +13
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    Hum, i used AVI Joiner but the movie lost almost all the quality. Anyone knows why?

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    I use Vso also and convert multiple .avi's together.

    Just make sure they are in the correct order. (i.e. part1.avi, part2.avi)

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrycary View Post
    I use Vso also and convert multiple .avi's together.

    Just make sure they are in the correct order. (i.e. part1.avi, part2.avi)
    I don't know what I'm doing wrong it always shows as cd 1 and cd 2 on my dvd too . Its only on a few avi 's that are compressed so I haven't pay much attention to it .

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    well in virtual dub you can open one video file like normal and then use Append video segment to add the other one.

    make sure you select "direct stream copy" under video tab and in the audio tab or else it will encode the movie, then save as avi. if it is taking longer than 10 minutes it is wrong.\

    sometimes virtualdub will give an error about sampling rates nut i usually ignore it and everything turns out fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spirex View Post
    well in virtual dub you can open one video file like normal and then use Append video segment to add the other one.

    make sure you select "direct stream copy" under video tab and in the audio tab or else it will encode the movie, then save as avi. if it is taking longer than 10 minutes it is wrong.\

    sometimes virtualdub will give an error about sampling rates nut i usually ignore it and everything turns out fine.
    There you go. Use VirtualDub to put them together, Append the video then do Direct Stream Copy with video and audio. Then burn to DVD with ConvertXtoDVD.

    Just remember, if the xvid movie uses VBR for the audio, and they usually do, you're gonna run into problems.

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