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Old 2004-03-16, 22:18   Link #1
dbzgundam
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How To Convert Avis To Dvd!!

Everyone who keeps posting this question has pissed me off, since they obviously forget to use the search button!!

Mods please make this sticky.

http://www.freewebs.com/fansub2dvd

It isn't very graphical since I just rushed the whole thing together, but should suffice.

Anyway, I hope this solved most people's problems.
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Old 2004-03-17, 01:01   Link #2
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so by convert to DVD you mean be able to burn on dvd-r right? i just want to make sure cause i want to know if i should buy a dvd burner because cd-rs are getting too expensive for the amount of anime i burn




is AVISynth freeware? and if it is do you have a linc to get it?
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Old 2004-03-17, 06:33   Link #3
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so by convert to DVD you mean be able to burn on dvd-r right? i just want to make sure cause i want to know if i should buy a dvd burner because cd-rs are getting too expensive for the amount of anime i burn




is AVISynth freeware? and if it is do you have a linc to get it?
Yeah, thats what he meant.

Here's a link Avisynth

If you need technical help with Avisynth, I suggest you visit Doom9.org and its forums. There are a lot of avisynth pros there that can offer you help if you need it.

Another site you might find useful:
AfterDawn.com
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Old 2004-03-17, 12:14   Link #4
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what program would i actually use for burning? wouls something like VCDEasy work? or do i need something else?

do i only have to get it to MPEG-2 to burn it to a DVD? because i dont understand anything about AVISynth, but i can get it to MPEG-2 with TMPGEnc
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Old 2004-03-17, 13:31   Link #5
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what program would i actually use for burning? wouls something like VCDEasy work? or do i need something else?

do i only have to get it to MPEG-2 to burn it to a DVD? because i dont understand anything about AVISynth, but i can get it to MPEG-2 with TMPGEnc
Most normal CD-burning software (Nero, Alchohol 120% and so on) support burning to DVDs. As for the MPEG-2 conversion: no, you do not have to convert to MPEG-2 if you just want to burn the files on a DVD. The conversion is only needed if you want to watch the DVD on a stand-alone dvd-player, otherwise you're better off just keeping the files in their original format.
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Old 2004-03-17, 13:51   Link #6
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thats what i mean, to watch it on a regular dvd player, i have to convert to mpeg-2, right?
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Old 2004-03-17, 13:53   Link #7
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thats what i mean, to watch it on a regular dvd player, i have to convert to mpeg-2, right?
Yes, unless you've got one of the fairly rare divx/xvid capable players.
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Old 2004-03-17, 15:46   Link #8
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They aren't rare anymore, it's just that they can only be found online usually.

Also most of those movies can't be high bitrate. Some of them report troubles with Xvid if GMC and/or Packed Bitstream is used. (Also I'm not too sure on their compatibility with the Xvid 1.0 tree, as most of those players were made during the Dev-Api-3 series.)

So for the best compatibility I'd suggest going straight MPEG2.

Also I hope the guide helped...Maybe, if I'm not too lazy, I'll make a burning guide sometime.
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