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Recommended software to author DVD from AVIs ?

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December 22, 2004 12:39:45 PM

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I have various OEM programs which came with my burner (MyDVD, Nero lite and
Pinacle Studio), but none of these seems to do a decent job of transcoding
and burning DVDs from DivX files. Pinnacle will let me select as much
content as I want (a couple of hours), but takes forever. MyDVD does a much
better and quicker job, but will only allow me to select enough material (no
variable compression). The OEM version of Nero I have just gives me VIDEO_TS
and AUDIO_TS directories and expects VOB files and the like.

Given that these packages don't do what I want, what should I buy? The full
version of Nero? Something else?
Anonymous
December 22, 2004 2:10:42 PM

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Have a look at www.dvdrhelp.com for info but I think lots of programs will
not do a good job going from a very lossy format to another very lossy
format. Good luck.

"Adrian" <adrian_dont_send_me_spam_bradshaw@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>I have various OEM programs which came with my burner (MyDVD, Nero lite and
> Pinacle Studio), but none of these seems to do a decent job of transcoding
> and burning DVDs from DivX files. Pinnacle will let me select as much
> content as I want (a couple of hours), but takes forever. MyDVD does a
> much
> better and quicker job, but will only allow me to select enough material
> (no
> variable compression). The OEM version of Nero I have just gives me
> VIDEO_TS
> and AUDIO_TS directories and expects VOB files and the like.
>
> Given that these packages don't do what I want, what should I buy? The
> full
> version of Nero? Something else?
>
>
December 22, 2004 4:43:28 PM

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"Pete D" <no@email.com> wrote in message
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> Have a look at www.dvdrhelp.com for info but I think lots of programs will
> not do a good job going from a very lossy format to another very lossy
> format. Good luck.

Thanks. That's a useful link.

Adrian
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