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Old 22-02-2009, 22:37
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struggling to convert


I have a video file : avi : 720x440 (1.64:1) : 23.98fps : Bitrate of 1061

Kbps : quality factor 0.14b/px with a video codec - XviD MPEG-4. The

audio is 2 channel : 48000 Hz sample rate with bitrate of 128 Kbps and

a codec - ATSC/A-52 Dolby AC3. Would appreciate info on how best

to convert it to play in a bought home dvd player. Anything I try is

taking days to encode - please advise what programs I should use and

whether I should convert it to other file types first to achieve finally a

dvd - regards
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Try NeroVisionExpress from the Nero: Burning ROM package. It's not top quality but it's easy to use. And, yes, it does take a long time, whatever software you use, if you have an older PC.
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