Discussion in 'Windows & Other Software' started by Swifty55, 18 Sep 2009.
For burning AVI -> DVD.
Nero is a pain in the arse.
Windows Movie Maker + Windows DVD Maker.
What would WMM be used fore?
I use infrarecorder, very easy to use and have had no issues with it
OP, did you mean burning AVI files onto a DVD disc, or did you mean convert AVIs to a DVD format so that the DVD will play in any machine? Just checking...
I do apologize for not being clear. I meant, convert AVIs to DVD format so that any DVD player can play them.
AVI2DVD is free, but I've never personally used it. I tend to use EasyDVD Creator or WinAVI, but they're paid-for software.
Img Burn is good: http://www.imgburn.com/
Very simple to use.
As a burning engine, indeed. But the OP wants to convert AVIs to DVD format, which IMGBurn doesn't do.
DVD Flick is a fantastic free video to DVD converter.
Nice! I downloaded and installed this after reading your post, and I have to say I'm very impressed. Extremely intuitive, fast, multi-threaded, and comprehensive context-sensitive help...
It's better than pretty much anything I've tried, paid for or not. I'm keeping it. GPL software wins again!
This is what you need, a really nice piece of freeware software that is better than nearly anything that is bought...
Aye, the "easter egg" while encoding is a nice suprise too!
Yeah it was a nice touch Is there any way to alter the way it uses folders though? I noticed it dumps everything (on Win7) under C:\Users\(me)\Documents\dvd\
It leaves a lot of logs, a second dvd folder with the vobs, and a further ISO in the main folder. A little wasteful and messy, but hardly the end of the world. A "preferences" button would have been nice, but one can't complain considering!
i cant believe convertxtodvd hasnt been mentioned yet!
FAVC works perfect for me.
Nero has always done fine on my winxp/vista/win7 box, always recodes into fine sync etc.
Because it's not "free"...
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