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Create Dvd



I have just purchased Creator NXT 4. I want to create a .ISO file for burning onto a DVD. I have a .AVI file from which I wish to create the .ISO file. This is something I did for many years with a previous version of Creator.


With NXT 4, I select 'Create DVDs' and scroll to the location where I have the .AVI file stored. But the program states 'no file found'. Which suggests to me, the program does not recognize .AVI files. I tried with an MPG file. Same result


Can anyone tell me what type of files NXT 4 recognizes? And, am I doing the job the correct way?


I hope someone can help






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Thanks for your quick reply.


I have the 'standard' version of Creator NXT4. Not the pro version - which I think is a bit too much for what I need to do.


I have the file saved on my PC as a .AVI and MP4. Bot in the same folder. When I go into 'create dvd' and scroll to that folder, the program doesn't recognize it and states 'no file found' or words to that effect.


Do you have you file similarly saved? And do you have difficulty reading in the file?


Just before I purchased Creator NXT4 I have the Roxio CD & DVD Burning software pacakge. IT worked ok for me. I just had to save the files in .MPG format and off I went. The authoring bit was not as good as the previoujs version of Roxio I used for 8 years. But it was something. Now I effectively have nothing, having spent $90 or more (equivalent) I'm in Europe.


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I'm surprised that you didn't complain about the new MyDVD ! Most everyone has.


Do you have the PRO version or the standard version? On the left navigation, did you navigate to the location of your files and then look at the list once it is populated?


I had no issues adding HD mp4 files.


What kind of AVI files do you have? Do they play on your computer using Media Player?

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