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Demonic_angel

Burning Problem

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I have an avi (or fxg.avi if that makes a difference) video file I am trying to burn to a disk. I used Im TOO avi to DVD converter. It burned it to my disk but left out 30 min of video. Any Idea why it would do this?

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The disc is 4.7 gig. It burnt only 2.1 gig. There is plenty of space on the disc which is why I am still confused about this.

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The disc is 4.7 gig. It burnt only 2.1 gig. There is plenty of space on the disc which is why I am still confused about this.

Maybe you should first convert it to hard disk ... Then copy it on DVD ?

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Sorry but I have only been doing this for kinda thing for about a week. When you say convert it to hard disk, do you mean from avi to FAT32 to dvd? Or something else?

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Sorry but I have only been doing this for kinda thing for about a week. When you say convert it to hard disk, do you mean from avi to FAT32 to dvd? Or something else?

Save the conversion to a file on the hard disk, then use that file to burn the DVD.

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Ok, sounds good. You know a good avi converter? I am googling now.

The one I have only converts and writes at same time.

Edit: Never mind. Suggestions are still welcome, but I just found the right button to convert it and save to the HD.

I swear, sometimes I wonder how I get anything done. -_-

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Check out www.vcdhelp.com it should have multiple step-by-step guides on format conversion. I recall something about a 2gb limit but I think thats if you want to convert DVD to avi and then burn the file onto a DVD for some players that can read avi files directly so it shouldn't apply in your case.

Sorry I can't be of more help I have the TV connected to the PC so generally I just convert DVD to AVI and keep them on the hard disc.

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I have had good success with ConvertXToDVD. But there are literally 100 other programs that do the same thing (or the same thing in reverse).

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I have converted to disk and if this don't help I will look into some of the suggested programs.

Thanks for the help.

-Demonic Angel-

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theres a good program called Total video2dvd that does pretty much very format. and allow you to add menus and Chapters.

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Find and get Nero 8 Ultimate. It includes Nero Vision 5 which does a good job at turning avi (MPEG4) to DVD (MPEG2), and will make a nice image file and custom menus. The newest thing in Video transcoding.

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Hey all,

I didn't want to start another thread so here we go.

I have Windows Xp Pro SP2 image file. The guy I got it from said to use Nero to burn it.

I have Nero 7 Ultra Edition to burn it with. I had a failed burn the first time. I tried to burn it as regular data before I saw it was an image file (iso).

The next time I got to the file and open it.

It opens with Nero in a Burn compilation window. It says waiting for device to be ready. It has stayed that way for over an hour. Any ideas what is wrong?

All I want to do is burn this so I can install it on another a computer.

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Edit:\ CD rom drive is broken will have to get new one.

Thanks for advice.

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