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Old 2007-03-05, 02:19   Link #1
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How do you burn videos onto DVD+R???

I seems be able to burn only audio files onto the disc.
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Old 2007-03-05, 06:26   Link #2
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Depends on how you want to burn it to DVD. Unless you really want to be able to view the video on your DVD player, I recommend burning it as a data disc. That way you can get the most episodes on a disc (15-25 episodes depending on the filesize). The only downside is that they can only be played on a PC.

For burning data discs, use Nero. For burning video discs, check this sticky thread.
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Old 2007-03-05, 08:17   Link #3
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Great help. Thnx.
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Old 2007-03-05, 08:44   Link #4
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The only downside is that they can only be played on a PC.
Actually some recent DVD players support DivX/Xvid and will play a data disc full of AVI files. I just bought an LG device which does this. Makes it much easier to watch anime on my TV rather than at my desk!
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Old 2007-03-05, 11:53   Link #5
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Actually some recent DVD players support DivX/Xvid and will play a data disc full of AVI files. I just bought an LG device which does this. Makes it much easier to watch anime on my TV rather than at my desk!
agree with htis, i have a dvd player with an inbuild DivX player and it plays most things that were burned on as an ISO

there is also a way to burn things to play on every dvd player, you use Nero Vision Express for it but the downside is it would only burn 4 episodes a disc so it will take a lot of money in the end
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Old 2007-03-06, 15:19   Link #6
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agree with htis, i have a dvd player with an inbuild DivX player and it plays most things that were burned on as an ISO

there is also a way to burn things to play on every dvd player, you use Nero Vision Express for it but the downside is it would only burn 4 episodes a disc so it will take a lot of money in the end
You can always reduce the bitrate Nero Vision Express encodes to increase the episode count per disc. I personally prefer GHDpro's scripts since it is much more versatile. Nero Vision Express can only recognize AVIs and doesn't account for overscan issues.
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Old 2007-03-06, 16:59   Link #7
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This is a silly caveat: but make sure your version of Nero actually does DVD ... a lot of Nero disks out there were only packaged for CD burners
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