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Recommend a software to burn movies into DVD

by fredzhu / January 17, 2006 11:04 AM PST

I attempted to Convert AVI from movies and burn into DVD, then play them on my DVD player
recently, I found that the best software is "AVI to DVD VCD SVCD MPEG Converter" after I
tried several programs. Except operation simply it
could convert efficiently and quickly. Well, the video
is in high quality and it fully support almost formats
including avi to dvd, rm to dvd, divx to dvd, mpg to
dvd, mov to dvd, VOB to dvd, wmv to dvd......etc.
Speed is so fast! Even faster than playing movies.
And Embedded "DVD author Express",Merge/Join function...

If you are find a software to burn your moives into DVD, just try it as I did.
Here following is download link:
Description page:

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Here's my method.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 17, 2006 11:32 AM PST


From camcorder to .avi files via Firewire.

2. software when I don't need a lot of fancy work. Demos at

Works fine here.


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by 3luke3 / January 17, 2006 11:09 PM PST
In reply to: Here's my method.

dang bob, are all posts with the word "burn" in them automatically forwarded to your inbox? you about have a perfect record at replying to all of them Happy

yes... I also use one of the ULead demo programs for burning movie files onto a DVD.

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DVD Software Comparison
by Wally2007 / January 17, 2006 11:37 PM PST

Curious to know if you've used WMM, Roxio or Hero software or whatever elso. I've used both WMM, Roxio and Hero, however I am a little in doubt as to which way to go. I've got a ton of both digital and anolog camcorder tapes which I am anxious to get into, however don't want to spend a lot of time doing same. All recommendations and advice greatly appreciated. I beleive I have the adequate tools to accomplish same. Thanks

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Software for Vidio Burning
by CyndyW / January 19, 2006 11:54 PM PST

One software package I can NOT recommend is Pinnacle Studio 9. After spending lots of hours figuring how to get the VHS tape into my computer, I spent at least 20 hours making titles for my DVD - editing, and putting music to it, and then when you do the rendering stage it takes for ever - 2 - 3 hours, just to find you have too much information for the DVD. I started the process over again from the editing point, cut out some scenes just to get a perminate error that locks up the entire software program. Even after restarting the computer the software program has the permanent error and you can't use the software anymore. I searched the interet for answers to find out that others have the same problem with this "buggy" program and version 10 the current one also. I de-installed it. - I have Moveie Studio +DVD on order from Sony. I don't have an opinion on that yet.

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Many Thanks DVD Input
by Wally2007 / January 20, 2006 2:08 AM PST

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