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    Livy's Avatar Simpleton
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    i need some good software that i can use to convert a tv series encoded in xvid onto a dvd video

    edit: something that doesnt take hours would also be nice.

    also is it fine to put about 250 minutes onto one dvd?
    i tried nero vision express, is that any good?
    Last edited by Livy; 03-23-2005 at 11:48 PM.

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    VSO DivxToDVD
    It's their last free version

    And if it fits on the DVD I see no problems.
    And Nero is the best burning program out there yes.

    hmm...asspie

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    i tried that, doesnt give much options over quality.
    and takes quite a while.

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    WinAVI converts to DVD format(bup, ifo, vob files), then just create a DVD using your favorite burning software. No need to author it, unless you want to.

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    livy, for no loss in quality and very short time to process
    suggest you look at this http://www.mp3towav.org/dvdSanta/

    for copying dvd with no loss and very short time to process
    suggest you look at this http://www.softpedia.com/get/CD-DVD-...DVD-Copy.shtml

    these sites have demos(dvd santa and apollo-dvd-copy) you can try and see if they meet your needs.---programs are 1 step and forget.

    nero is ok, just use copy data disk for your tv shows...but you will need a divx
    player like phillips462 http://www.divx.com/hardware/index.php?pb=2

    it is the small things that usually drive us mad

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    livy, for no loss in quality and very short time to process
    suggest you look at this http://www.mp3towav.org/dvdSanta/
    Is it better and faster than WinAVI?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sameer0807
    Is it better and faster than WinAVI?
    sameer0807,all software mentioned in this thread are worthwhile
    however here is concern with 6.3winavi (will be corrected in 7.0)
    http://www.dvd-guides.com/component/...9923/catid,36/

    it is the small things that usually drive us mad

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