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    HOW DO I BURN A MOVIE I DOWNLOADED FROM KAZZA LITE TO A DVD? :helpsmile:

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    Originally posted by TATTOO47@27 December 2003 - 12:18
    HOW DO I BURN A MOVIE I DOWNLOADED FROM KAZZA LITE TO A DVD? :helpsmile:
    ..shouting means "Caps Lock"

    Anyhow, you need to convert the movie to a DVD MPEG. In the USA it is NTSC. In the UK, it is PAL.

    But before you convert the movie, you should check it and fix it with FixVideo, because most DIVX and XVID movies are created with flaws.


    If you discover that your downloaded movie uses the AC3 codec....
    There is a known problem with AC3 audio in DIVX abd XVID movies. You need to extract the audio from the FIXED video and save it as a PCM WAV file (noncompresed). Use VirtualDub or CoolEdit Pro to extract the audio.


    Use TMPGenc to make the DVD MPEG. Use the video as the source, and the new audio as the audio source.


    Depending on your CPU and the speed, it may take a few hours to convert.


    Use NERO to burn that MPEG.


    Good Luck!

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    I don't burn them as MPGs.

    I convert them to DVD Video with menus etc using ULead Movie Factory 2.

    That creates a playable DVD from avi files.

    Then I use Nero 6 to burn the files to DVD-R disks.

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    Originally posted by J'Pol@28 December 2003 - 00:26
    I don't burn them as MPGs.

    I convert them to DVD Video with menus etc using ULead Movie Factory 2.

    That creates a playable DVD from avi files.

    Then I use Nero 6 to burn the files to DVD-R disks.
    Stop being so defensive!

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    To make copies of original DVDs I use DVD Decrypter to extract the actual files. If necessary I use dvd2one, to remove the movie from the rest of the crap.

    As I am currently paying 75p per DVD-R I find this to be an ideal solution.

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    Originally posted by J'Pol@28 December 2003 - 00:29
    To make copies of original DVDs I use DVD Decrypter to extract the actual files. If necessary I use dvd2one, to remove the movie from the rest of the crap.

    As I am currently paying 75p per DVD-R I find this to be an ideal solution.
    That's better

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    I also have X-OOM DVD Creator, which I a told is good, however I have only just started with that.

    I think it creates the MPG files which these chaps are speaking of.

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    Originally posted by J'Pol@28 December 2003 - 00:35
    I also have X-OOM DVD Creator, which I a told is good, however I have only just started with that.

    I think it creates the MPG files which these chaps are speaking of.
    Keep up the good work

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    Originally posted by J'Pol@27 December 2003 - 21:26
    I don't burn them as MPGs.

    I convert them to DVD Video with menus etc using ULead Movie Factory 2.

    That creates a playable DVD from avi files.

    Then I use Nero 6 to burn the files to DVD-R disks.

    A DVD IS an NTSC MPG. It is exactly this...

    MPEG-2 720x480 29.97fps

    ULead Movie Factory 2 is good for converting, but not as fast as TMPGenc. I still use NERO for DVD burning.

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