AVI to DVD

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    karansaraf VIP Member

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    I have Nero, but I don't have Nero Vision (so I can only burn Video_TS/vob files), not AVI to DVD. Does anyone know of a free application that will let me convert AVI to a format that Nero will make a DVD with?
     
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    I only mentioned Nero because it's what I have.

    Thanks for your usggestions, I will try one of those out.

    On another note, I used the AVI in Windows DVD Maker (Win 7 64 bit) and it made the DVD from the AVI but there was no audio, which was weird...
     
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    What would you guys say is the best all in one CD/DVD burning program overall?
     
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    I have a similar problem. Waiting for good advice.
     
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    Hey amy,

    Welcome to the forum. It is generally frowned upon to post into extremely old threads with new problems. If you have a similar problem please create a new thread with your specific problem so that we can better help you address your issue.

    I will lock this thread to avoid further confusion.
     
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