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Old 8th September 2009, 13:32   #1  |  Link
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AVI Format on DVD With Menu Function

Is It Possible to keep the AVI Format and have an animated DVD menu to select your AVI's from on a DVD disc?

Sortof like with nero's animated menu for dvd format but now for AVI format on DVD disc?
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Old 9th September 2009, 07:52   #2  |  Link
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No Help On This??
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Divx(.divx suport menu, multiple subtitle,multiple audios).
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Old 10th September 2009, 11:54   #4  |  Link
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Ok, i was under the impression AVI=Divx.

So what program would i use to do this then as not to re-convert it to DVD format?

All The programs out there with Animated movie selection menu function wants to convert the avi format back to DVD format.
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Simple, because a Divx-player is not a PC, you can't use all the "tricks" you may use on a PC. Usually it's the player that has a built-in menu (you select a divx item and press play/Ok).
On the other hand, the DVD/BD/VCD/SVCD/HDDVD are designed to have a menu, and a hardware player has to follow the standard, ie to use that menu.
Creating a menu, putting all the items together (muxing), establishing navigation - that is called authoring. And you can't to my limited knowledge "author" a divx.
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Would it be possible to write a program that will be able to do this?
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Old 12th September 2009, 02:27   #7  |  Link
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Not likely since it would need to be compliant with the DivX player.
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Old 17th September 2009, 14:32   #8  |  Link
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Good day all

Well i found this progi called Divx Author. Rather interesting little application.

You should Go Try It....Let me know what it does. LOL


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Add DVD Features
Enrich your videos with menus, audio tracks, chapter points
Give your videos more flavor. Add animated menus, chapter points, subtitles, audio tracks and other DVD features to your DivX videos. Using the wizards and menu templates to guide you through, you’ll create professional videos for PC playback with ease.
You shouldn't download it, it was clear from the beginning
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Since HD video has been around for years and isn't going away, you may as well author to Bluray (or HD-DVD for a small space savings). You get the menus instantly with any player that supports HD discs, and they work on all current and future hardware, instead of the couple menu-enabled DivX players that aren't even made anymore and proprietary pc/mac software.
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