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Christmas DVD(AVI's and Mpegs) with a menu.... please help!


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I have a bunch of classic, and not so classic Christmas specials that I have. They are mostly in AVI(DivX), but a bunch of them are also in Mpeg. What I would like to do is create a DVD that will play these, and that has a menu of some sort. I have tried Toast, but toast tries to convert everything back out of DivX and Mpeg, and I end up having not nearly enough room for this many shows. What I am looking for, and I don't know if this is even possible is a mixed disc full of mpegs and divX's that has a menu at the beginning of it. I can burn all of these to a disc now, and my dvd player gives a very basic menu, but I would love it if I could make it a bit prettier.
Thanks so much,
Matt
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