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Old 06-04-2008, 10:10 PM
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Let's suppose I missed Lost on TV and downloaded it off of the interwebs, how would I burn the .avi to DVD? Anyone with experience in this? Connecting a computer to the TV isn't an option so DVD is the best bet.
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Nero Recode is very easy too.

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I use a program called TPMGEnc and TPMGEnc Author. Basically, the first one encodes the avi's for DVD's (MPEG4 format, and WAV audio). Then the Author program lets you make the nice little menus (really simple), and you pick the encoded files, and it sets up the DVD files. Then you burn them to a DVD, or put them all together as an ISO to share with your friends or whatever you wanna do.

Please not, I'm just saying this for avi's in general. Not highlighting anything illegal (and please, nobody do). I've done it for home videos, avi video files off the net, whatever. I've actually got the process down to about 10 clicks per file.
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WinAVI 9 is pretty good. Simple program that allows you to make quick and dirty dvd's [no menu creation system].
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or if you are lazy and dont want to spend the time transcoding everything you download, you can get a DVD player that plays Divx and XViD for about $50. Just burn the .avi and it will read it.
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or if you are lazy and dont want to spend the time transcoding everything you download, you can get a DVD player that plays Divx and XViD for about $50. Just burn the .avi and it will read it.
Not in the US, so sadly buying something like that costs more due to shipping. Secret_Steve_Crumbles (on the forums) suggested Convert X to DVD and it is PERFECT. It converts and burns....to DVD. Strange, huh? It also does menus, with options based on what are are doing. If you're doing a DVD with a bunch of clips, there's a menu catering to that, and if it's one file, or 4(as was my case) there are options for that.
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Not in the US, so sadly buying something like that costs more due to shipping. Secret_Steve_Crumbles (on the forums) suggested Convert X to DVD and it is PERFECT. It converts and burns....to DVD. Strange, huh? It also does menus, with options based on what are are doing. If you're doing a DVD with a bunch of clips, there's a menu catering to that, and if it's one file, or 4(as was my case) there are options for that.
sonofa-, I used to use that all the time. Made my friend a bunch of heroes dvd's before the dvd's were out and that program was flippin magnificent. Good to see someone else suggested it since I completely forgot about that program.
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