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Divx To Dvd

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by dveit, Jun 18, 2003.

  1. dveit

    dveit Well-Known Member VIP

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    What are some progams out there to convert divx files to dvd? And will i be able to fit one movie onto one cd? Thanks.

    i know this is a car forum, but this is anything goes, and i'm sure all you MOD's will know what to use.
     
  2. SixtySecondAssassin

    SixtySecondAssassin Senior Member

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    i think dvd files are .vob's. they're pretty big. unless its a real short clip, you wont be able to fit the whole thing on one cd.
     
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    Gen2Teg Senior Member

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    i think he wants to convert them to DVD files so he can burn them onto a DVD. DVD burners are going for fairly cheap now, about the same price CD burners were going for after they came out, but im still gonna wait and be a cheap ass till the price drops even more
     
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    dveit Well-Known Member VIP

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    That would be nice, but i dont have the money for a DVD burner. My friend downloads divx files and them converts them to some file and then burns it on a CD-R and it is playable on a DVD player. But i hear ya, i'm a cheap skate too... :lol:
     
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    SixtySecondAssassin Senior Member

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    he's probably coverting to .mpg and making them into vcd's. i've tried to do this but i could never get them to play. maybe the badass APEX dvd player just can't handle it.
     
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    kyleirwin Retired OG

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    not sure about how to burn dvd's... but you can use TMPGEnc to convert avi's to mpeg's... then cut 'em in half and burn each one to a vcd usin' nero and play 'em on your dvd player.
     
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    i convert them to VCD format, and play them on DVD players, I use quicktime pro, which you can download for free from apple.com, and then get a serial from kazaa... then you just use the export feature to convert them to VCD, and then you just have to burn in Video cd format which i think easy cd creator does. this works on both pc's and macs. i just do not know what burning software does vcd format on a PC, as my PC does not have a burner...
     
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    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm :lol:
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    we must be 733t or something :lol:

    but yeah... you really can't burn a dvd format. dvd's are fucking weird.... 4+ gb of shit on there, random files... I have no idea what going on in there. I do the VDC thing myself. DVD discs are expensive as shit. just use a CDR and a VCD, and you will get plenty of quality.

    and then, you should buy my dvd's in my sig to support these actors :)
     
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    TommyTheCat Gonzo Scientist

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    Use TMPEGenc to convert divx to Mpeg2(VCD/SVCD). Then use VCDeasy to actually burn the vcd/svcd.

    dvdrhelp.com will answer most other questions.
     
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