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How to burn .avi

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.avi works or else i wouldn want to convert it
lets see
should i convert it t something?

i meant the one thats already converted

can convert to .vob and nero says its not compatible

nero will convert a .avi to .vob and will then burn it to disk, the whole process can take up to 2 hours,
did you use nero to convert ?,

(imo, i don't believe adding new programs will help, as nero can do it all, its just a matter of learning how)
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ok, this is how its done in nero7 ultra, it should be roughly the same in nero9

open startsmart
use the drop down box and choose dvd
hover your cursor over photo and video
choose make your own dvd video

in the next window (nero vision 4)

choose add video files
navigate to the .avi file you want to add
click open

click more - at the bottom
click video options
under general > video mode you can choose PAL or NTSC (i believe australia is PAL)
under dvd video > aspect ratio you can choose what screen you have on your television (4:3 is normal, 16:9 is widescreen)
leave everything else at automatic
click ok

click next, next, next (these screens are to 'fine tune' your video)

on the burn options screen under set the parameters for burning
hover your cursor over burn to...
choose your dvd drive

click burn on this screen

nero will automagically transcode the .avi and burn it to disk
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thanks man i now have 2 movies on one disc playable on my dvd
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