turn a video into a DVD

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  1. Infinisearch

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    Is there any good preferably free software that will automatically take a video file and burn a playable DVD for me? I have some avi and mp4 files i'd like to watch on my TV. I don't want to have to fiddle with video converter settings and preferably have an option to skip making a menu.
     
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    AVS2DVD

    I spent a lot of time trying to figure this out recently too and AVS2DVD is the best free option I've found.
     
  3. Infinisearch

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    Thanks alot for that swaaye, I'll try it right away. By chance have you tried http://www.trustfm.net/divx/SoftwareAvi2Dvd.php? I just came across it in a lifehacker article, figured I'd ask before trying.
     
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    Thanks again swaaye it worked for 1 out of 2 movies by default and the one that failed I just changed a quick setting and it worked like a charm.
     
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    Thanks orangpelupa, will try when I get the chance. (for both problematic and non)
     
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