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Encoding movie without burning

I need a bit of help. does anyone know if there is a way of encoding a movie and saving it on the computer without having to encode it each time i burn a copy. i use nero vision 4 to burn all my discs.

thanking you in advance

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Hi there jake

seems like you need a software that does not encode a movie but instead "convert" the movie directly for burning. am i right?

you can use...easymoviecreator.

this software may need a litlle understanding but when you get the hang of it, im sure that youll find it easy to use and light weight. but anyway, i dont know whats your preference on your way to "convert" or "encode" movies. this will also reflect on the size of the movie you need to convert or encode right?

so thats it. this is my suggestion thought. hope this helps your need.

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Ok

click here for download link of nero 8.0.
click on "click here if does not"

http://majorgeeks.com/downloadget.php?id=2228&file=1&evp=450ec55e744210853367639f39262fae

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