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Free software to burn avi files to VCD?

by tdp240 / February 5, 2006 9:45 AM PST

I have some avi files I would like to burn to VCD, but I don't have the software to do it. Are there any freeware/shareware/open source programs out there that will allow me to do so?


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Has anyone used VCDEasy?
by tdp240 / February 5, 2006 10:26 AM PST

I found it at and was curious if it was any good?

I love simple software with no bells and whistles. Just give me functionality I can depend on, and leave the fancy/clunky options out of it. For example, I've recently been turned on to VLC Media Player (thanks to these forums), and I love it. If I could find a software like that for burning VCDs, I'd be very satisfied. Happy

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 5, 2006 10:31 AM PST

All the free video cd software I've used in Windows has been less than what I wanted as to ease of use and more.

If this is important to you, get the demo and consider a small purchase.


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(NT) Thanks, I'll try it.
by tdp240 / February 6, 2006 7:55 AM PST
In reply to: Try DVDSANTA.


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