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Burning AVI files to DVD disks so it plays on dvd players

My dvd thingy plays dvds like normal dvds that you buy from the shops fine and stuff. but i want to burn my avi movie files onto a dvd disk so that i can then play them on my dvd player in the lounge and itll work. like clear picture and everything.
im not so good with computers and stuff so complicated computer terms will just go right over my head. i literally have no idea how to burn dvds with this SOHW-1693SX machine thing. simplified clear language for instructions would be just so great.
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  • nicolechan May 07, 2008

    sorry um its a LITE ON DVD/ CD rewritable drive model SOHW-1693SW i

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Plz give the software make then only we can help

Posted on May 05, 2008

  • Rajkumar Bordoloi
    Rajkumar Bordoloi May 08, 2008

    first of all you have to install a cd or dvd burning software(if it is not installed) like nero 6,7.after you install the software plz write back

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Ken --

You probably made a perfect copy of your wedding day (congratulations!)... the problem with burnt DVD's is the player they are played on. For WHATEVER reason, -R and +R disks seem to play better on old or cheap or portable (or a combination of all three) players than on the super-nice ones. I have burnt hundreds of DVD's, and I have yet to get but a handful to play on my "nice" DVD player... instead, they play perfect on the kid's one that we strap to the car headrest for roadtrips...

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