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    What do you folks recommend I use to convert AVI to DVD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewermonger View Post
    What do you folks recommend I use to convert AVI to DVD?
    Ahead Nero Vision (Shareware) - Insanely easy to use with some nice menu capabilities.
    DVDFlick (Freeware) - Insanely easy to use but no menu capabilities.
    FAVC (Freeware) - Not overly complicated but could be confusing with the choice of settings. Menu capability but it's basic.
    SVCD2DVD (Shareware) - Good program. Simple and complex menu capabilities. Temporarily on sale for £1!!! I paid £20. Grrrr!
    The FilmMachine (Freeware) - Menu capabilities.

    There are others as well and opinions will vary on which is the best. I suggest trying them all out and seeing which you like the most.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrinkLyeAndDie;43792[u
    SVCD2DVD[/u] (Shareware) - Good program. Simple and complex menu capabilities. Temporarily on sale for £1!!! I paid £20. Grrrr!
    thanks for that link, you can't grumble for a pound
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjproc View Post
    thanks for that link, you can't grumble for a pound
    I wanted to make sure I had the URL right so I went to the site and that's when I discovered it was on sale. Glad to help.

    I couldn't grumble if I had gotten it for £1. I paid £20 a couple of months ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrinkLyeAndDie View Post
    I paid £20 a couple of months ago.
    bummer mate, bummer,

    my gain though

    just need to learn how to work it
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    While the free stuff is all good, I can highly recommend ConvertXtoDVD: http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/

    Yes, it does more than AVI, but that's a bonus. The simplicity of use comes very close to that of Slysoft's products and to those who use them means a lot

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    ConvertXtoDVD is a good program as ivanX mentioned earlier. I use it for any Public Domain films or free video that I download off of the web.

    Not too bad to use, pretty easy really.

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    This is a very new program I just found today. Judging from the screenshots it looks very promising. Check out the thread here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linx05 View Post
    This is a very new program I just found today. Judging from the screenshots it looks very promising. Check out the thread here.
    Wow nice find linx, looks promising indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by linx05 View Post
    This is a very new program I just found today. Judging from the screenshots it looks very promising. Check out the thread here.
    Definitely interesting. Unfortunately, you can't do much in the way of resizing any of the windows and on my monitor it makes using the software difficult. I'll have to spend some more time looking though.
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