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Transfering avi to DVD

edited March 2009 in Support
As a newbie I'm trying to make a decent quality avi to then put on to dvd.
I make the avi fine using 60 quality 30 frames and 50 20 The avi looks fine in media player and so does a flash export.
I then bring the avi into premiere elements 7 where it looks jerky and jumpy.
I reversed the field dominance in premiere but it didnt help. And tried different interlacing.
I suspect its something like the frames in CS but I need help.
Thanks Chris


  • Hi Chris

    I haven't done this before, so I don't have any specific tips for you.

    I do have a tutorial video on burning from AVI direct to DVD which I've uploaded
    to multiple filehosting sites here:

    Click the "click here" link under your preferred file hosting company to download
    a copy of the video to your computer.

    See if that works. Let us know how you get on.


    Nick :o)

    P.S. I'll also upload the video to Revver shortly and update this post with the link as
    soon as I have it if you'd rather watch it online.
  • link broken
  • Only the ZippyShare link doesn't work - the RapidShare, FileFactory and ZShare links all work.


    Nick :o)
  • edited October 2010
    WinAVI,WinAVI usually encodes fast but I never fukked with it.

    I have over 1,000 DVDs I've made with ConvertX from the $hit I've downloaded
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