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Cant Add Avi Files To Burn To Dvd


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What's the source of the .avi file. What "type" of .avi file is it?

 

Not quite sure what your asking. I think it might be a divx, but I have that codec loaded. Its a movie file saved to my desktop.

 

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A full version of Creator 2009 should be able to handle DivX encoded AVIs.

 

If you download the 'GSpot Codec Information Appliance' which is a free download HERE, you can run GSpot and then in Windows Explorer drag the AVI onto GSpot. The program will then tell you which video and audio codecs the AVI is using, and whether or not you have the required codecs installed.

 

Of course, if you have an OEM or cut-down version of Creator then all bets are off. They have important things deliberately disabled.

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The software won't allow encrypted files to be loaded in the programs.

How do I fix that?

 

A full version of Creator 2009 should be able to handle DivX encoded AVIs.

 

If you download the 'GSpot Codec Information Appliance' which is a free download HERE, you can run GSpot and then in Windows Explorer drag the AVI onto GSpot. The program will then tell you which video and audio codecs the AVI is using, and whether or not you have the required codecs installed.

 

Of course, if you have an OEM or cut-down version of Creator then all bets are off. They have important things deliberately disabled.

 

I'm using the disk that came with the laptop - Roxio Creator & MyDVD 9.0 DE

 

 

 

 

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