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You might also want to check out the possibility of a dvd player that supports DIVX. You won't have to convert the avi's then (assuming they're encoded with the DIVX codec.) Otherwise definitely check out www.dvdrhelp.com (as vsp noted)
- acrid 2.0, AVI to VCD (2004)
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