.avi video file issue

Hi All,

I have a little problem.

I have recorded a few videos using a videocamera. I download those recorded files from camera to PC. Now I have plenty of ".avi" video files which I wanted to convert to DVD format so It can be played by TV DVD-player.
The problem is that some of the avi files audio track got ripped while pulling the off from camera.
I wanted to use ConvertX to DVD to convert those files but I receive an error while trying to convert the ripped files to dvd.

Is there a way to fix those ripped audio tracks?

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Might Sound abit silly but i use ConvertXtoDVD4 ALOT!

Some times, when i transfer .avi from one location to another, the files get corrupted ( audio and video) and playing them trhough VLC checks the file before playing. If it finds broken links in the file it sometime fixes it for me.

Worth a shot!
Can you copy from the camera> USB to PC?
That way keeping the files intact?
Use DVD Flick to burn to DVD to burn to DVD
It is the best without a doubt anmd sooo simple to use
has an inbuilt guide
Once you drop your avi clip on check one setting
open project settings> go to video> burn and eject disc when done, unless you want a menue just leave the rest that easy
What format is on the camera?
Which Camcorder? Video Camera?
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I am using DVDvideosoft  which is a freeware, in this you can convert avi to DVD format and you can burn them in to DVD, this give more then 45 freeware converts.

Try it.
I would also recommend DVDVideoSoft here. Besides it has a nice free burning tool. Highly recommend you to try!
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Asked 2011-12-08

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