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Right i have downloaded a movie from my camcorder to my comp i then used windows XP moviemaker to edit it then i thought wow easy enough so i then copy to disk, this is where this program i sh== it saves it as a wma file? then when copying i have to save it to a cd-r which f====== plays on my f====== computer but does not on my DVD player so i checked the net a found a prog called DVD santa converts the files and hey presto, but no it has a f====== sign saying demo dvd santa get the real version for $29.99 all over the f====== dvd wtf, as u can see i have lost the plot its 7.50 am and i am posting as i was up all last night wasting my GRAW time to do this antyhelp plz.

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winavi

 

http://www.free-codecs.com/download/WinAVI_Video_Converter.htm

 

ive got the full version if u need it.

 

BTW there are dvd-players which can read avi/wma codecs

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-DVP5900-05-DivX-Player/dp/B000AS1N1M/ref=pd_sbs_ce_3/202-0851094-6651854

 

I have seen them for around £30-£40.

 

You can simply copy about 5-6 avi (high dvd quality) movies to a dvd (with out encoding to dvd-video). There are LAN dvd players out there too, which have hard drives so u copy avi's via your network.

 

I use my chipped xbox (350g HDD).

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winavi

 

http://www.free-codecs.com/download/WinAVI_Video_Converter.htm

 

ive got the full version if u need it.

 

BTW there are dvd-players which can read avi/wma codecs

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-DVP5900-05-DivX-Player/dp/B000AS1N1M/ref=pd_sbs_ce_3/202-0851094-6651854

 

I have seen them for around ?30-?40.

 

You can simply copy about 5-6 avi (high dvd quality) movies to a dvd (with out encoding to dvd-video). There are LAN dvd players out there too, which have hard drives so u copy avi's via your network.

 

I use my chipped xbox (350g HDD).

 

i have a top of the range dvd recorder from phillips with a hard drive but it does not play at all.

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i have a top of the range dvd recorder from phillips with a hard drive but it does not play at all.

 

 

No, its not a DVD-recorder. It an AVI/WMA reader. The HDD/LAN on them DVD-players are there to act as a media centre. But the HDD on DVD-recorder act as a storage from your DVD-videos or line-in. Different kettle of fish.

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