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Thread: Burning .AVI to ordinary CD

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    Hi!

    I have lots of .AVI movies, and I want to burn them on normal CD and watch them in the DVD Player (not computer).

    I used Super DVD Ripper, and the only option that fits is Select previously generated VCD/SVCD/AVI files to burn CD. So at least it managed to put 713MB on 700MB, but my DVD player doesnt recognize it.

    Am I doing this right?
    Is there maybe a better program for it?
    And my CD-DVD burner on computer is English standard, while my DVD player is American, can that be a problem?
    What is a .VOB? What kind of file is that? Never sow that before.

    Thanks up front

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    Most DVD players cant play avi files, so you will have encode them to mpeg formats to watch them or if you can handle spending as little as $69 I suggest you get this Phililps DVD player, it can play just about anything straight away...

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    and if you dont wanna buy a new player - then download tmpeg encoder and use that to convert to "vcd" then burn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurora
    What is a .VOB? What kind of file is that? Never sow that before.
    VOB stands for DVD Video Object. It is basically one of the core files found on DVD-Video discs and contains the actual movie data.

    Basically VOB file is just a basic MPEG-2 system stream -- meaning that it is a file that contains multiplexed MPEG-2 video stream, audio streams (normally AC3 format) and subtitle streams.

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    Ok I'll try that. Where do I get tmpeg encoder?

    And thanks for .vob explination.

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    do you guys think that tmpgnec is better or worse or even with cinema craft encoder? aside from the money you have to pay for CCE. other than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McrslV
    do you guys think that tmpgnec is better or worse or even with cinema craft encoder? aside from the money you have to pay for CCE. other than that.
    I think TMPGenc is a better program, I've had limited experience with CCE but I didn't like it much. However, the quality of the encoding is pretty similar - at least I couldn't tell the difference.

    The overall UI of TMPGenc seemed much more logical to me.
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    I like tmpgenc and it has a easy to use cut and merge facility for when the mpg is huge...

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    Thanks for the link

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