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Hello wonderful techs!  

       Just a question regarding the software (Convert X to DVD) by the VSO company...Ok here is the challenge I am having >>> When I convert an AVI to DVD with (Convert X to DVD) there is a folder after it coverts it to (Audio TS and Video TS)  SO ? how do I use these files and burn them to a DVD. instead of coverting the AVI each and every time to DVD. which takes about 45 minuites each time.  I hope this makes sense!  can I use (covert X to DVD) with these files or something easy!  

THANK YOU
HAPPY THANKSGIVING :)
SunnyDais
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by:rpggamergirl
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It's only the VIDEO_TS that you need to burn, you can burn it with ImageBurn.
http://www.gromkov.com/faq/faq2004-0026.html

Or you can burn it with Nero, just drag the VIDEO_TS folder into the new VIDEO_TS folder on the left pane of the Nero window.


When I use ConvertXtoDVD, I have it set up so after conversion it will automatically burn the result, you can also have it set up to save the folder of the converted file so you don't have to convert it each time.
I don't save the converted file because if I do need another copy I'll just copy the finished DVD disc using Clone DVD.
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You should burn directly to DVD and in Setting > Options > check the box Delete After Successful Burn. The folder automatically created everytime you process converting as temporary folder.
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Oop! sorry for duplicate Rpqqamergirl.
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If you set up ConvertXtoDVD to remember the result of the conversion, you can just open ConvertXtoDVD and in the Menu, click on the "Burn Existing DVD" and navigate to where the VIDEO_TS folder and burn it.
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No probs PUNKY.

When I convert using ConvertXtoDVD, before conversion I always put a blank DVD disc in the drive to auto burn after conversion.
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Yes, same way I do here. I really like this small program :)
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by:sunnydais
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AMAZING !!! YOU ARE AWESOME !!!  The last post did it ,,,I already have so many videos converted over, just needed to go to Burn Existing DVD ....THIS SAVES ME SO MUCH TIME !!!!

THANK YOU >>>>WOOOOOOHOOOOOO  

this does it :)

HAVE A WONDERFUL THANKSGIVING !!!
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by:sunnydais
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THIS GIRLS  GOOD (REAL GOOD) !!!!   THANKS
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Thank you, :)

Happy ThanksGiving!!!
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