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Old 03-08-2006, 04:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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what program can I use to get a mpg or an avi file into a DVD format so I can play it on a dvd player ???

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hey ericb, www.videohelp.com/guides will send them directly to the guide search page.
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hey ericb, www.videohelp.com/guides will send them directly to the guide search page.
ok.

I'm still stuck on dvdrhelp. they were vcdhelp before that.
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so............which one ???
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it the same site. in the 90's it was called vcdhelp.com. in 2001 they change it to dvdrhelp.com. now it's videohelp.com.

they have a million guides there for what you need. I use to write a few (2000-2003). I got tired of the thousands of emails that I use to get from people with questions about burning dvd's.
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allan16, have you managed the conversion? If not, you may try winavi video converter which can convert files to dvd format very fast and easy. Also, it supports to burn.
Btw, here is the link: http://www.winavi.com/avi-to-dvd.htm
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I like to use Roxio DivX to DVD, part of Easy media creator 7.5
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