fast encode and burn

  stephen0205 22:46 17 Jul 06
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hi i bought a disks at a car boot sale with 30 new movies or fairly new and i need software to convert and burn them to dvd quick cause ive been using nero and its taking me 3 to 6 hours to encode and burn and its a pain waiting so could someone help me

  terryf 23:11 17 Jul 06

Are these pirated disks?

  FatboySlim71 23:40 17 Jul 06

You say "i bought a disks at a car boot sale with 30 new movies or fairly new and i need software to convert and burn them to dvd"

If there already on disks then why do you need to put them on to a dvd?

Most if not all films are copy protected and also you should not be asking these kind of questions on this forum, pirating films or anything else is looked at dimly on here.

  stephen0205 12:03 19 Jul 06

they are avi and i need them on dvd ...seperate so i can watch on my dvd player

  FatboySlim71 22:14 19 Jul 06

A friend of mine used this program to convert some AVI that he got from his digital camcorder (I think it was that) He said it done a good job.


click here

  FatboySlim71 22:18 19 Jul 06

If all the films are seperate AVI files then the program I mentioned should do the job.

  johnnyrocker 00:39 20 Jul 06

no answer has been received as to the legality of this.


johnny.

  baldtaco 01:48 20 Jul 06

stephen0205

Try this. It lacks the power of the really fun stuff, but three clicks sounds like the simplicity you need:

Download Video DVD Maker FREE - click here

  migman 17:11 14 Jan 07

can any one tell me if windows movie maker is on the slow side at encoding eg 1hr to encode a 20min video thanks

  FatboySlim71 22:00 14 Jan 07

migman you need to start your own topic and ask the question on there.

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