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    bunter001
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    How Do I Convert An Avi File And Burn It Onto A Dvd To Play On Any Dvd Player
    How Do I Convert An Avi File And Burn It Onto A Dvd To Play On Any Dvd Player. Can I Use Idvd To Perform This Process. If It Helps I've Also Got Toast 6 Titanium.

    Any Help Would Be Most Appreciated!!!!!!!!

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    badmojo
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    The way I do it is:

    1. Convert avi to MOV using Divx Doctor II.
    2. Use FFMPEGX to convert the mov file to Video TS / Audio TS Folders.

    My dvd player will read the V-TS an A-TS folders, natively, when written to a dvd+r. I just use the Finder to burn the disc. Some don't however so you may need toast to burn these files to a dvd your player can read.

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