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    I have a bunch of AVI files on my hard disk that I want to archive. Since I have a DVD burner I thought I'd just ust it to burn dvds that I can play on my home theatre system. With a little bit of study I think I have narrowed it down to this process.

    Convert AVI to mpg files with WinFF
    Use DVDStyler to add menus and burn iso files.
    Mount the iso as a drive and preview results.
    Use ImgBurn to burn DVD from iso file.

    Is this the proper way to do this? Am I using the right tools? What would you do differntly?
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    Originally Posted by Vipero00
    What would you do differntly?
    Do it manually using avisynth and CCE or Hcenc...or...automate the creating of the assets using FAVC. Author with DLP. Preview with MPC.
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    Burn them as data using imgburn and play them in my Divx/Xvid capable players.
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    I am trying to stick to free/open source packages. Can I do it with what I proposed?
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    You can. FAVC/HCEnc are also free and can simplify things a little. You also do not need an ISO to burn with imgburn, so you can make your testing simpler by skipping the ISO creation and mounting.
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