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    Exclamation Need help in burning movies/videos on DVD!

    I wanna burn anime on my dvd and then i wanna watch it on my ps2.I have my ps2 soft moded and i have sms but i dont wanna watch it trough usb i wanna watch it on a disk.I hope somebody can tell me a nice guide how to burn what to use etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    If you are going to watch them from DVD then you are better off converting them properly and watching them on a dvd player.
    Playing media files from CD/DVD puts much stress on the PS2s laser.
    I do own a dvd player and its on my other room(living room) and my family etc r alwys watching in the livingroom and id ont wanna take my dvd and put it in my room and later putting it back.
    Do u know how to burn dvds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    I personally use TMPGEnc DVD Author 3 with DivX Authoring.
    Just put in your video source, choose your desired settings and away you go.
    Please note, although the PS2 has DVD playback ability it was never meant to be used as a DVD player.
    You can get a DVD player for $9.99 at your local Wal-Mart.
    I see thank you
    Is it possible to burn it just with nero?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    If I recall you can use Nero Showtime or something like that to convert video files.
    I personally hate nero so I don't know much about it.
    Is converting important?
    What burning program do u recommend and what speed if i may ask?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    If you don't convert them then you won't be able to watch them from a DVD.
    I use CloneDVD2 for burning my DVD movies at about 10x, although the speed probably doesn't matter.
    I used that converting program that u typed and how long does it convert? Cuz i wanted to put 13 episodes on 1 dvd and on other 13.1 episode is 200-250mbs and it converted for 30 min and was still converting 1! Did i do something wrong.Also thanks for going all that trouble for helping me!


    :EDIT!
    I tried converting 1 file it worked fine but after it had done it says only audio can be converted.
    I also have Easy MPEG AVI DIVX WMV RM to DVD but it doesnt find the videos for some reason i tried to pick a different and it worked on a different anime.Is there a program to make files avi or something like that?
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    To convert, I use ConvertXtoDVD 4.1.4.338 Multilingual Portable! Great portable App for converting other video formats to DVD format (even for multi-episodes).



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    Well after school im gonna try to use those :D thanks alot!

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    For somereason psi3iso forums wasnt working 4 me for 2 weeks :(

    Anyways i have used 2x converting programs:
    Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate (the problem is when i used it sometimes theres a small frame rate lagg but the quality is good! also cant put a fps on that i want to use!)
    4Videosoft MKV Video Converter (no problems with it but quality is abit weaker but can choose different fps!)

    So if u put more anime episodes on per dvd the quality goes down? if so how many should i use per dvd? 3-4 episodes?

    Also id b great if u leave a dl link + serial/crack for converting/burning.

    The person who reccomended ConvertXtoDVD i cant find a cdkey :(
    Last edited by kicers; 5th February 2011 at 12:56 PM.

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    Search for the Portable App of CovertXtoDVD - no key required!

    Excellent Quality - 2 hours worth of video or less.
    Great Quality - above 2 hours but not more than 3 hours.
    Average Quality - above 3 hours but not more than 4 hours (most DVDs will only allow you up to 4 hours of video).

    I've done 4 hour DVDs with no issues in video quality.



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    So if u put more anime episodes on per dvd the quality goes down? if so how many should i use per dvd? 3-4 episodes?


    Thanks btw

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