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Old 12-23-2005, 09:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What the best program to decode video files to dvd files?

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bah, shrink's all you need

www.dvdshrink.org

also, im using pgcedit http://www.videohelp.com/~r0lZ/pgcedit/index.html to force the main movie to start on insert.


but wait, what video files are you trying to convert? i use shrink to rip dvds to my HD. Are you trying to convert existing files on your HD?
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What the best program to decode video files to dvd files?

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Are you trying to take avi file's and convert them? If so use dvd santa or a similar program,I use dvd santa all the time and it work's great
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bah, shrink's all you need

www.dvdshrink.org

also, im using pgcedit http://www.videohelp.com/~r0lZ/pgcedit/index.html to force the main movie to start on insert.


but wait, what video files are you trying to convert? i use shrink to rip dvds to my HD. Are you trying to convert existing files on your HD?
Shrink is good but it will not decrypt everything..like Sony's new encryption
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Basic Guide How to Convert AVI Files to DVD with Avi2DVD

vi2DVD is a GUI that uses freeware tools and various freeware encoders (QuEnc/FreeEnc/NuEnc) or CCE to perform conversions such as AVI, OGM, MKV, and WMV to DVD, SVCD, or VCD. It can also be used to convert DVD to SVCD or VCD. One of nice features I like about this program is automatically convert audio files to AC3 format. The current version, Avi2DVD 0.4.2 beta, is still in beta phase so it's still buggy though. After installing Avi2DVD, some of my programs such as VirtualDubMod 1.5.10.2 or DGIndex became extremely slow and sluggish and returned to normal as soon as I uninstalled it. It seemed to be some kind of codec conflict thatÂ’s caused the problem. Hopefully, the future updates will improve this handy program. In this basic guide, I will show how to convert .avi file to DVD only
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