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Burning .AVI Clips to DVD For use in a DVD Player

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Arkaonco, Sep 25, 2008.

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  1. Arkaonco

    Arkaonco Thread Starter

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    Well, After browsing for quite some time I was unable to find the answer to my question, so I figured I would just post it and hopefully get some help.

    I have some .AVI Video clips that I would like to burn for use in DvD players and really would just like someone to help convince me of what the best software for the job is.

    I know of a few, but Im hoping to get some other opinions. What would you guys suggest as the best software for burning .AVI's to DVD. (Im not worried about cost to much, so don't hesitate to suggest something pricey. Just back up why you suggested it.)

    Also, I would like your opinions on Nero and SlySoft Products. As of right now, Im thinking of going with one of those, but I am hearing mixed reviews.

    -Ark
     
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  3. MysticEyes

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    AVI2DVD can be a bit of a pain. Try DVD Flick (free).
     
  4. Hughv

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    I use Nero and would recommend it.
     
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    Although Nero should work, barring audio sync problems, many of the free apps use HCenc (a superior encoder) and use pulldown (as opposed to Nero's frame duping) to adjust FPS.
     
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