How to "stitch" avi files to burn onto a DVD?
Whats the best way to "stitch" together (2) 700Mb .avi files back to back using Nero 7 so that I can burn them as one movie onto a DVD in my PC and watch an uniterrupted movie? Anyway to improve the avi quality when burning so that the video doesnt look so "analog"?
As to the quality of the rendered video, the only option I know of in Nero Vision is under "more" button on the content screen, "video options" at the bottom, "DVD Video" tab, and change the encoding mode from 1-pass to 2-pass VBR. This will result in some improvement (and take longer to render), but will not be too drastic of a change. The other factor is how much video you are importing, i.e. whether it has to compress it, but two 700 mb files should not cause any degradation for a DVD length disc.
As to playing them uninterrupted, when I burn several files using Nero Vision they will play uninterrupted as long as I select "When finished playing a title ... play next title" option under "more" on the select menu screen ... no need to stitch them together as one video file first.
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