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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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Have movies on my harddrive but whn I try to burn them they wont play in the DVD player


- It might be that your DVD does not have a compatible video codec

- you actually invest on video codec which converts any video file to .VOB

- There is a software that converts any video file format (example *.avi, *.mp4, *.mpg ) to .VOB

- This should be taken as personal use because we do have laws againts anti piracy (sorry, just a friendly advice)

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Converting Movies to Psp Format


Hey again, this is a real quick guide for anyone interested to get a movie onto there PSP without all the fluff I have seen elsewhere. I just watched Aftica the Serengeti on my PSP and here's is the lowdown.

Movie - approx 40 minutes - DVD.
Saved to hard drive - 2.6Gig - using DVD.
Decryptor (free program) try Google.
Transferred to AVI format - 377MB - using Super DVD Ripper (9 FREE trial uses) then you must buy.
Transferred to MP4 - 37MB - using the (basically free) Image Convertor 2.

Average movie breakdown - using above as a guide only.
So i'm guessing the average movie may be 4.5Gig for example saved to 800MB.
CONVERTED TO 70-80MB.

OK, use DVD Decryptor to save the movie to your hard drive eg. c:\africa (it will save it for you as described). When completed find the folder c:\africa on your computer and find the vob file in that folder - generally the largest one and right click and play it with your dvd program to see what part it is. If it's the correct movie part you now know that's the one you need.

Once you have located the vob file you want to transfer open DVD Ripper and go to wizard icon. There you will see an icon of VOB to AVI button. Click it and then it will ask to locate the file. Locate the file and click it. It will SCAN THE FILE (just wait till that finishes) a parameter box opens next and just click the arrow. It then askes to choose output file, click the file icon and locate the correct fob file. It then askes for file compression - choose microsoft windows media and then click ok then press the start button. It will now convert the vob into avi format.
(there are also other options ie:dvd to avi etc.) I have only used the vob to avi for this test.

After DVD ripper has transferred the file it will save it to the same folder as the original move was in eg: c:\africa\viteots. Open the file and you will now see an AVI icon containing the movie.

Make sure you PSP is on and in usb mode then Open Image Convertor 2 and press on movie / add to list. For this example I click on c:drive the found the folder Africa and opened it and there was my converted AVI file. Click the file press ok and it will be transferred to your PSP for viewing pleasure.

****Note**** I only converted one VOB file as that's all there was for this particular movie. If you have more then one vob file you may need to try the dvd to avi when you rip. This is just a guide i worked out to compress dvd into the smallest possible file so you can get value out of a 512 card.

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Http://www.crazyhatsoftware.com/imageconverter2.1.exe

Image Converter 2.1 *** translated to ENG.

Good luck!

on Jan 20, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Hey again, this is a real quick guide for anyone interested to get a movie onto there PSP without all the fluff i have seen elsewhere. I just watched africa the Serengeti on my PSP and heres is the lowdown.

Movie- approx 40 minutes - dvd Saved to hard drive - 2.6GIG - using DVD Decryptor (free program) try google
Transfered to avi format - 377MB-using Super
DVD Ripper (9 FREE trial uses) then you must buy
Traansfered to MP4 -37MB -using the (basically free) Image Convertor 2

Average movie breakdown - using above as a guide only.
so im guessing the average movie may be 4.5gig for example sved to 800MB
CONVERTED TO 70-80MB

Ok use DVD decryptor to save the movie to your hard drive eg. C:\africa (it wil save it for you as described) when completed find the folder c:\africa on your computer and find the vob file in that folder - generally the largest one and right click and play it with your dvd program to see what part it is. If its the correct movie part you now know thats the one you need.

Once you have located the vohb file you want to transfer open DVD Ripper and go to wizard icon. There you will see an icon of VOB to AVI button. Click it and then it wil ask to locate the file. Locate the file and click it. It will SCAN THE FILE (just wait till that finishes) a parameter box opens next and just click the arrow. It then askes for file compression - choose microsoft windows media and then click ok Then press the start button. It will now convert the vob into avi format. (there are also other opions ie;dvd to avi etc) I have only used the vob to avi for this test.

After DVD ripper has transferred the file it will save it to the same folder as the original movie was in eg: c:\africa\viteots. Open the file and you will now see an AVI icon containing the movie.

Make sure you PSP is on and in usb mode then open Image converter 2 and press on movie / add to list. For this example i click on c:drive the found the folder Africa and opened it and there was my converted AVI file. Click the file press ok and it will be transfered to your PSP for viewing pleasure.

*****Note***** i only converted one VOB file as thats all there was for this particular movie. If you have more then one vob file you may need toi try the dvd to avi when you rip. This is just smallest possible file so you can get value out of a 512 card.

Good luck!



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I have a Dell Dimension 4600. When I burn an AVI file and play it back, there is some missing audio and jumping video that occurs. I have burned DVD videos with no problems. What could be wrong here? Thank...


1st convert AVI files to MPEG2, use a good converter....
use WINAVI 9...
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i bet your will never fail .

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then use the Make DVD option in Nero Vision and then make your menu etc and Burn

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I just burn a writeable cd from my desktop pc using windowa movie maker. I can play it back on my pc no problem but when I insert it into my dvd player it reads no supported files found.windows used high...


Computers use video files such as AVI, WMV, MPG etc.

DVD players use VOB video files, and will not recognise the computer video files.

Unfortunately, Windows Moive Maker cannot create VOB files - you will need another piece of software to convert the WMV file Windows Movie Maker creates to a VOB.

A lot of disc burning programs (e.g. Nero) include video converters. See if you've already got one on you computer.

If not, try Googling 'WMV to VOB'. There's quite a few free ones out there.

Hope this helps,

Matt

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