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XviD to DVD conversion


The Analog Kid
Hey all,

I've been out of dealing with compressed video for a few years. Anyways, I have some XviD's that I'd like to burn to DVD. Recommended programs?

XVideo Converter

and always... Nero

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Limited time, usually like 5 minutes.
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Gus K

NTFS abuser
I like the VSO products, nice results, quick conversion and you can also add subs (in srt form).

Still using the older DivxToDVD (seems to work with most files, not just Divx). Unfortunatly if it's a 2 parter there is no way to join the 2 so you'll have 2 title sets and a slight pause. You can join AVI's with VirtualDub_mp3 freeze (the others have problems with VBR audio).

The newer version does menus and fills the disc a bit better.


I'm gonna try this freebie.


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