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I have a Dell Dimension 4600. When I burn an AVI file and play it back, there is some missing audio and jumping video that occurs. I have burned DVD videos with no problems. What could be wrong here? Thank you. Andy

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Maybe you can check on this article "Why There is No Sound after Burning DVD" which offers some solutions for no sound issue after burning DVD.

Basically, the reasons can be as the following:

1. The audio in the original digital video to be burned to the DVD disc is out of order.
2. Audio and video filters.
3. System codec missing.
4. The operating system drive is out of date.
5. DVD disc incompatibility. If you are inserting the DVD discs to a disc drive which is not compatible with.

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1st convert AVI files to MPEG2, use a good converter....
use WINAVI 9...
use a codec called FFDSHOW....
use Nero (Nero Vision) to burn DVD...it will take some time...to burn...
i bet your will never fail .

or
just
add the AVI file in Nero(Vision...make movie option/ Export option / Configure option...) and let it convert to MPEG2 first....
then use the Make DVD option in Nero Vision and then make your menu etc and Burn

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I am showing no disc on the dvd player but the audio and video are plugged in along with the remote plug in. Is their something I am missing.


Are you trying to play a burned DVD or a purchased/rented DVD? If so, the movie files will be in a different format. (e.g. .avi or .mpg versus VOB files). Some dvd players will play burned dvds, the key is to look the acronym DIVX. This ensures that the dvd player will play .avi and .mpg files.

May 03, 2011 | Audiovox AVD400 Car DVD Player

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How to burn avi video to dvd


What's avi?

AVI stands for Audio Video Interleave. It is a special case of the RIFF (Resource Interchange File Format). AVI is defined by Microsoft. AVI is the most common format for audio/video data on the PC. AVI is an example of a de facto (by fact) standard.

what's dvd burner ?

A DVD burner is a device used to encode or "burn" information onto a blank DVD. A DVD is a form of storage media 12 cm (4.72 inches) or 8 cm (3.15 inches) across that can typically hold 4.7 gigabytes (GB) of information, enough to hold a three-hour movie at high quality, or ten TV episodes, or about 75 hours of .mp3 files, or roughly 15 hours of video in the lower-grade .avi format. The DVD is thought of as the successor to the conventional CD (compact disk). Common formats include DVD-R and DVD-RW, a rewritable version of the DVD.

step by step guide on how to burn avi video to dvd

Download Video Converter, install and run it.

Step1. Click "Browse"to import your AVIs in the software. Or select and drop them in! Double click the file name to have an instant preview.



Step2. Click "Edit Profile" to adjust video effects, trim for a video clip and crop for a proper video dimension. Choose "DVD-Video Format( *.vob)", and set the output folder in "Browse".

Step 3: Settings of AVI to DVD Converter.

(1) Click drop-down button next to “Edit Profile” on the main interface to find the suitable quality for your output.

(2) Click “Edit Profile” to open the “Settings” interface to make detail settings for output audio and video, such as audio and video codec, quality, bit rate, video frame rate, video size, audio sample rate, etc.

Step4. Click “Convert” button in the bottom left to start the AVI to DVD Converter, and then burn your VOB files to a DVD or CD for easier carrying. Fast conversion speed!


on Jul 29, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Tips: How to burn AVI files (torrent/digital Camera videos) to DVD on Windows 7


Do you like to shot videos with your favorite digital camera to capture and keep every happy moment in your life? And do you never miss any movies which can be free downloaded from torrent sites, such as Pirate Bay, Vuze, etc. to fully enjoy digital life? That's wonderful digital experience, but to keep these movies and life memory forever is suffering, isn't it? 'Cause either your digital camera's memory or your PC hardware has a limit, so many digital lovers keep asking how to burn digital Camera/torrent files to DVD:

Q1: My torrent downloads are always in the .avi format. I would like to play these movies in a regular DVD player, but I don't know how to burn the DVD on my computer (running on Windows 7).
Q2: I've shot the movie myself using a camera, it is a two hour long .avi file. All I want is to be able to shove it in the DVD player (in the living room) and for it to automatically play.

A: That's true, most videos shot by digital camera, and most free downloaded movies from torrent are in AVI formats. A good and easy way to keep these videos and movies forever is to burn AVI files to DVD which makes easier for you to watch these videos on your DVD player without any hitch. That's easy to finish the whole task, first of all, let's look at all the things you will need to burn AVI movies to a DVD.

1. Things You'll Need to burn AVI files to DVD AVI to DVD Burner software
A black DVD disc
A PC running on Windows OS (including the latest Windows7)
A PC with DVD Burner

2. How to find a good AVI to DVD Burner?
Actually, there are a lot of AVI to DVD conversion software, please never get a one without free trying first. Before making a purchase decision, you can get recommendations from professionals, friends, etc. And the most import thing is to get a free trail by yourself. In fact, I have tried a lot of such software, but for the sake of simplicity and stability, I will present you such a conversion tool which works well to convert AVI format to DVD on windows 7.

3. Steps to burn AVI files to a DVD on windows 7

Step 1: Free download AVI to DVD Burner
Please free download this Windows 7 AVI to DVD Burner, install and run it. And insert a DVD disc to your PC.

Step 2: Add AVI files
Add AVI videos or movies by clicking "Add Video" button.

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Step 3:Set DVD menu
Select your AVI files, then hit "Burn DVD" button at the bottom of the interface, and then check "Next", you can select DVD menu from built-in "Menu Template", and you can set background music and picture for your DVD menu by checking the related option to customize your DVD menu. Here I set the background picture by adding a picture from your PC. If you want to preview your DVD movies, you can click "Play" to make a preview.

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Step 4: Start to burn AVI files to DVD
After everything is done, you can click "Next" to select your DVD burner from "Burn to" option. Then, you can hit "Start" to burn AVI files to DVD.

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Tips:
Here below is the explanation of TV Standard:
"NTSC" is 30 fps, which is used in USA, Canada and Japan;
"PAL" is 25fps, which is used in Europe and Asia.

That's all, after the conversion is done, you can watch your torrent movies or digital camera videos on your DVD player.

on Feb 25, 2010 | Cameras

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Get video with no audio sometimes when playing back DVD-Rs that i've burned, not sure how to troubleshoot this, i'm a bit of a noob when it comes to burning dvds... the lack of audio seems to occur when...


sounds like certain audio files may be corrupt or you just need to use another program. like if your converting them from say .avi ,mpeg, wmv. then i would suggest convertx. It has always worked for me

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If you don't have the CDs, then try download.com to download Free player software and Burning software

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You need to convert avi files to dvd format before burning, otherwise the player won't recognize them. Google "avi to dvd" and you'll find a number of free or pay programs that will do the conversion for you.

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