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  1. Ok so I just got Pioneer AVH-P4300 DVD for my truck that can play divx and avi format.
    I already downloaded bunch of videos via wondershare ultimate converter (good quality) and I choose output format AVI.

    I want to burn a DVD disc with bunch of AVI videos on it. Avarage size of each AVI file is around 600-800 mb so I would put as much as I can on the 1 disc.

    My question is what software can I use to do that and will it keep the same quality while playing on Pioneer head unit?

    Thank you in advance
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    Didn't you use wondershare converter to convert to avi divx/xvid? But they wont play or what?


    And this is video conversion because you are not authoring a standard dvd-video. Moving you.
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  3. No No I didnt burn the disc yet. I was wondering what software should I use to burn the avi files on DVD and how to do that ?
    Sorry you missunderstood me my english isnt that great

    What would be the best way and what software would be good to keep same video quaility after burning them on the disc?
    Thanks
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    Burn with imgburn. Choose to Write Files/folders and add your avis. Burn.
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  5. Will try that. I appreciate quick reply and your help
    Thank you
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    I would try a few of those avi files on a usb flash drive/cdrw/dvdrw first. Just to see if the avis play at all.
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  7. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    I would try a few of those avis on a usb flash drive/cdrw/dvdrw first. Just to see if the avis play at all.
    Good point.
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