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AVI to VCD


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Can anyone give me the skinny on How to burn AVI to a VCD that will play on a compatible home player? we have a few AVI home movies we would like to burn to VCD

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DivxDoctor (with the codecs) and Toast. http://www.3ivx.com/divxdoctor/
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