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I've been googling for quite a while on how to burn a movie to a 700MB CD. I have a bunch of AVI files that I want to burn to a disk to watch on a standard DVD player. Is this possible? I've read about VCD disks and I tried to burn one using a CUE file but it didn't turn out good. I have Nero 7 Ultra Edition and Xilisoft Video Converter 3...should these tools be able to do the job. So basically, I have a bunch of AVI files and I want to burn them to a 700MB/80 minute disk to watch on a standard DVD player. I would burn these to a DVD, but sadly I do not have a DVD burner. Is this possible and how would I do it if it is?
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Click start smart, click photo and video then use VCD or Super VCD

You may get 50 minutes using Super or 70 minutes using VCD as the sizing is different
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The disk burned perfectly used SVCD and it was watchable on my computer(Using Nero Showtime 2), but not on my DVD player. What could be a reason this disk is not readable on my DVD player?
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Nero 7 should have showtime 3

Worth trying the disc on another DVD player, were the files burned as MPEG
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Maybe it's Showtime 3, I just upgraded so I am still use to Showtime 2.....I took the AVI files and burned them to a disk and it didn't work on my DVD player....but, then I tried it on my fairly newer portable DVD/Mp3/CD/ Player and it worked just fine. So I guess it wouldn't work on my DVD player because it's a little old.
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Thanks for letting me know
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Yea, the latest version is Nero ShowTime version 3.2.30.

For more product information visit:
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