How can I burn AVI files onto a DVD disc. I DO have a DVD burner, and I have windows media player.?
I'm trying to burn movies that I've down loaded as AVI files onto DVD. I have windows media and real player. Any help would be appreciated.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavourite answer
1. Download ConvertXtoDVD from http://www.burner-software.com/AVI-to-DVD-Converte...
It can convert any video file like mpeg and avi to dvd
2. Add or drag-n-drop as many video files as you want
3. Insert blank DVD
4. Click Convert
It will convert your video files to a dvd format readable by your dvd player, then burn automatically to DVD.
it is easy to use, fast and it works! you'll love itSource(s): http://www.burner-software.com
- Anonymous4 years ago
Hi, I think you can try to clean your dvd burner drive lens, then try again, if still failed, maybe your dvd burner drive was broken, of maybe there's a hardware compatibily problem between the dvd burner drive and your dvd burner software, So you could follow me to use a better sofftware RZ DVD Creator to test your dvd burner drive, it can convert any formats videos to video dvd format and burn to any dvd disk(DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-R DL, DVD+R DL, etc.), such as convert your avi, mp4, etc formats videos to video dvd format then burn onto a DVD-R disk, and you can play the burned video DVD well both on your computer and DVD player, You could could yahoo or google search and download RZ DVD Creator, hope it could help you.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
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- 1 decade ago
Have you tried divx player. It has avi codec and is a recording program. I would Give that a try.
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- Anonymous6 years ago
A good burning program I recommend is Ashampoo Download it for free here http://bitly.com/1lAVnEJ
It works very well.
Hope it helps.
- 1 decade ago
You can right click an avi file and copy it on a disk. Just open your blank disk hit paste and it will save it to the disk. I have done this and they play in my comp or on my cheaper model dvd player. Or you can use the windows movie maker and it will also play on your dvd.Source(s): Me