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    I am having conversion problems with the above I have tried v4 and also 5 but it converts only to about 20% then says operation completed but it hasnt as there is about 5 more movie clips to convert, I am using avi tv clips to join up

    is there any other similar programs like convertxtodvd which adds menus as well
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    Suggest you post the problem on the VSO ConvertXtoDVD forum. It is in English in case you don't speak French. http://forums.vso-software.fr/
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    Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    Suggest you post the problem on the VSO ConvertXtoDVD forum. It is in English in case you don't speak French. http://forums.vso-software.fr/
    thanks for your reply, but is there any other programs like convertxtodvd as I would like to try some
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  4. Convertxtodvd does not have issues with avi unless they have some corruption in them. If both v4 and v5 choke it's probably the source clips which have a problem or your codecs need updating. By corruption I mean a glitch in either the audio or the video streams. Try converting the clips in another converter program to see if it struggles also.
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    Originally Posted by transporterfan View Post
    Convertxtodvd does not have issues with avi unless they have some corruption in them. If both v4 and v5 choke it's probably the source clips which have a problem or your codecs need updating. By corruption I mean a glitch in either the audio or the video streams. Try converting the clips in another converter program to see if it struggles also.

    when you say codecs need updating what do i look for
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  6. is there any other programs like convertxtodvd as I would like to try some
    Other program which well recommended & well supported by members here is AVS2DVD. This one is free, may not offer same features like commercial software. _MrC_ (AVS2DVD author) is also found here frequently for support.
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  7. A codec is a processing algorithm which is used to compress/interpret a video/audio file.
    Some are built into the system, others have to be installed so that various programs can interpret the files you wish to use.
    Have you ever installed a codec pack? K-lite or similar? There is no reason for Convertx to struggle with such a basic format unless the codec is broken.
    Perhaps try re-installing ffdshow. I have had similar problems with Convertx and a reinstall fixed it straightaway.
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    Originally Posted by natty View Post
    Originally Posted by netmask56 View Post
    Suggest you post the problem on the VSO ConvertXtoDVD forum. It is in English in case you don't speak French. http://forums.vso-software.fr/
    thanks for your reply, but is there any other programs like convertxtodvd as I would like to try some
    As suggested there may be a problem with your avi files - you could run them through AviDemux and see if it reports any problems when loading, such as a packed file, not sure if ConvertX objects to packed avi's but it is worth the try.
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  9. As a side note: I noticed in a previous thread you mention having video with no sound.
    I have found many music sites where I can capture in FLV format...these files have no video part.
    ConvertX requires BOTH video and audio in a file to process a DVD video. Just a heads up.
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    Originally Posted by transporterfan View Post
    As a side note: I noticed in a previous thread you mention having video with no sound.
    I have found many music sites where I can capture in FLV format...these files have no video part.
    ConvertX requires BOTH video and audio in a file to process a DVD video. Just a heads up.

    thanks all for helping, and yes it does have a audio part
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