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A consideration, most “AVI” files available are in DivX format and are of illegal copies of Commercial Movies… If that is the case, Roxio will not touch them.


The easiest way to test is open the Video tab in the program and click on Create DVDs which will open up MyDVD.


Pick a DVD Movie or DVD Movie with no Menus.


Add your movie to it and see what happens.


If it accepts it, then Burn!


I recommend getting a disc or 2 of DVD RW to use for learning and testing new things. These discs are reusable and perfect for that type of use! (not meant for permanent storage)


Give that a try and if you have problems, post back.

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