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How to "stitch" avi files to burn onto a DVD?

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May 22, 2006 3:10:37 AM

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"?

Thanks pros.

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February 15, 2007 1:40:34 AM

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.
February 15, 2007 3:17:43 AM

ConvertXtoDVD supports most popular format such Divx, Xvid, MOV, VOB, Mpeg, Mpeg4, AVI, WMV, DV and stream formats.
It converts your single files into a compliant DVD Video set of files and burns it on a DVD media.

The aspect ratio can be automatically selected or forced to a specific format. The program works for NTSC and PAL video formats and creates chapters automatically. Multiple audio tracks are supported. The version 2 uses a completely rewritten interface with subtitles support and a lot of new settings.