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  1. Hi,
    I have two video files (.MKV and .AVI) which I'd like to convert to regular DVD format (pardon my layman terminology), to play on nearly any DVD player, and without any logo/watermark. May I do so for instance using VLC player and/or Windows Media Player? If indeed, how may I go about it? Otherwise, which other software would I need?
    I'd appreciate some guidance/advice.

    Thanks in advance!
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  2. Originally Posted by videobruger View Post
    Thank you!
    Are these two absolutely free? I'm looking for a software which is.
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  3. Are these two absolutely free?
    Yes. You find them by clicking on the link in the names.
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  4. Originally Posted by videobruger View Post
    Are these two absolutely free?
    Yes. You find them by clicking on the link in the names.
    Wonderful, I shall give them both a shot. Thank you very much!
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  5. Originally Posted by videobruger View Post
    which one do u think is better? do they both convert from mkv to dvd and burn DVDs and support adding sub titles? thanks
    Last edited by muddy7; 16th Jan 2019 at 12:57.
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  6. do they both convert from mkv to dvd and burn DVDs?
    Yes. But I recommend to make a DVD file structure/ISO so you can test the DVD before burning with ImgBurn or the like.

    which one do u think is better?
    A matter of personal preference. I like the higher flexibillity in menu/navigation in DVDStyler.
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    I also like DVDStyler. You can add a variety of menus to your finished DVD.
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  8. Originally Posted by peripatein View Post
    and without any logo/watermark.
    Neither will do any logo removing. You'll have to either edit an AVS script they create before reencoding, or create your own AviSynth script to reencode it (or do the logo removal within VDub) before making menus (if desired) and authoring for DVD.

    Logo removal is tricky and I know of no program that will do it automatically. Since you're asking some really basic questions, I might suggest forgetting about logo removal.
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