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Old 19 Aug 2011, 02:03 AM   #1
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Default Just a little help please; avi to dvd

Hello and thank you for your help. I have a series of .avi files that I need to burn to a DVD for viewing in any DVD player. I can easily do that but what I need to accomplish is the ability of selecting which file to view from the opening menu. So essentially what I am asking for is which software should I download or purchase that will do that for me. I need a menu that can allow me to select which 20 minute video the viewer wants to watch. There will be 6 episodes on each DVD.

Thank you all so much for your time.

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Old 19 Aug 2011, 01:35 PM   #2
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DVD Flick (freeware) is what you need, here's a tutorial I wrote for it:

AVI to DVD using DVD Flick Guide | Articles - Digital Digest

Basically, as long as you load each AVI file as its own "title", and choose to create the menu, then each title can be selected individually on the menu.

If you run into any problems, such as audio sync problems, feel free to post them in this thread.
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