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    Burning DVDs

    Just a quick one, I need to burn some students science projects to disks - (experiments filmed), they are in the avi format.

    I am going to burn them to dvd-r's, will these play fine in most dvd players?, kids are going to take them home.

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    AVI's wont play in most dvd players, you will need to convert them into VOB files etc, use Nero or similar and create a video dvd with the avi's, this will allow you to create menu's etc.

    Bit of a potch for numerous different dvd/avi's though.

    Put the avi's onto dvdr and tell the kids the will only play in a pc.

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    Cheers for the info
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    Thanks as well Matt

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    movie file to dvd

    As per this tutorial :

    Hack Attack: Burn almost any video file to a playable DVD

    you can use dvd flick ( DVD Flick ) to convert from a video file to dvd format and burn it to a dvd.

    if you get stuck there is always VideoHelp.com - Forum, Guides, Tools and hardware lists and Doom9.net - The Definitive DVD Backup Resource

    At the very least you can use dvd flick to convert to dvd format and then use a burner of your choice ie nero or deep burner or xpburnerse to burn the dvd files to a dvd.

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