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    Hello,
    Something entirely new for me, want to make a DVD from an AVI uncompresses(Lossless) 14 Gigabytes and make a DVD.
    Tools I have are
    Nero suite,
    CS4,
    Ive looked around a lot in cs4 ,premiere pro, Adobe Encore but Im finding it quite difficult.

    Original AVI was created in After effects and saved Lossless,I have also a Qtime version based on lossless.
    I would really apreaciate a nudge or two in the right direction to get me started

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    https://www.videohelp.com/tools/TMPGEnc
    This will get you to MPEG2....then you need to author the DVD.
    Your Nero package will probably do it too.
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    avstodvd is another option. I'm nearly certain it should handle uncompressed avi. It does do hd mpeg so I would assume it can do easier to handle uncompressed avi. Worth a shot and its free. It uses either hcenc or quenc to do the mpeg encoding.

    multiavchd is another option is as well. However again I am not 100% it handles uncompressed avi.
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  4. I'd recommend FAVC from that list of All-In-One converters if you're just looking for something simple. It doesn't get much simpler than that program.

    Although, shouldn't Nero be able to make DVDs based on source files? I haven't actually used Nero in years, but I remember that I used it to do just that before because I've got the DVDs I made sitting right next to me.
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    ConvertxtoDVD is a great tool.
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