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Using Nero 9 trial, when burning dvd's some come out all blocky

I have recently turned to nero 9 trial to burn many movie files to dvd, ( avi,vob etc after using nero 8 ) but all of the dvd's come out all blocky on the tv.

I use Vista Ulimate as my O/S, and my PC is custom made and has all the lastest stuff in as i got it in Feb 2008. Any way i used nero 9 vision and the file ISO comes out as a excellent picture on tv. But when i use file's like AVI, DIVX, MPEG, WMD, VOB and many more, in the nero vision window when i preview them the picture is great but when i burn them and put them on the telly, it comes out blocky. I have gone into the options and changed the quailty options and still doesn't work.

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It may be that the player or tv isn't capable of decoding the dvd properlly, I do this also like 5 this week. I can tell you what I know works, and I can give you the codecs that you may be missing, you are previewing it through nero correct? Let's try this first, go here and sign up for a fre account, it sounds like you will make good use of the resources available. www.hashhu.com. , here are all of the codecs, http://www.free-codecs.com/download/K_lite_codec_pack.htm ,
Download a program named convertX to dvd. It's on the site Hashhu, the codec pak, may enable you to get nero to function as you wish, but the convertX programs is so much easier, just put a disk in the dvdrw drive and drag the fie in, it will automatically convert it and burn it to a high quality disk. My wife hates to watch movies that I burn off the net, but even she can't tell the difference withh this, Good luck, and if you ever want to know anything about copying or burning, it will be on that website, Peace ,Gym

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    George Bill Dec 18, 2008

    Ok what speed are you burning at, try slowing it down to 12x, let's see if that does it. I have Nero 9 also and I really like convertx for burning from files. Did you check Nero for updates, go to theNero smart start and check for latest update, There may be an upgrade for your hardware, sometimes we get ahead of them, hardware wise. Thanks and please let me know what happens, Gym

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