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dvd burning software reccomendation...

by teknowhead / October 26, 2006 8:35 AM PDT

I been tryin to convert an .avi movie file to dvd and burn it to a DVD but i notice that the process is pretty slow.
im wondering if its the software i use, wich is IMTOO AVI to dvd Converter. can anyone recommend a good and fast all in one DVD converting/burning software?

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It's a big job.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 26, 2006 9:50 AM PDT

When I looked at various convertors I found none to do anything like "2X faster" so I just leave time for when I need to make a DVD.

Today I have a nicer machine so instead of overnight runs it usually takes an hour or so.

-> Here's a thought. Get get that Philips DIVX DVD player. Then no conversion is needed.


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dvd burning software
by dbigboy6 / October 29, 2006 11:54 PM PST

Hi I use WinAVI Video Converter an all in one programme. you can use the internal burner or nero. Hope this helps.

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get the DIVX player......
by sciflyer / November 3, 2006 11:39 AM PST

it costs only $60, and you can fit many movies per disc. or, you can purchase dvd-rw's to save money if you do not choose to keep the movies/tv shows.
it was truly the best purchase i have made in the last 4 months.
hope this helps.

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