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    Anyone know of a free avi to dvd converter that you've used that does not apply the watermark to the file? They all look free until after you install them. Not something I plan to use frequently. Thanks for any help!
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    I sent your question to a few savvy computer geek folks, maybe they can help ...
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      • #4
        Thanks guys. .avi does not have watermark. I'll give that a try when I get back home...
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        in beer there is freedom,
        in water there is bacteria.
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        • #5
          Unfortunately, he said you had to buy the software ...
          NEW SKINS ...
          Jim - "Upholstery Guy"
          (865) 995 0607 Hm (BSURE 2 LVMSGE)
          (865) 679 2246 Cph (ANYTM UPTO 9PM EST)
          [email protected]

          sigpic
          I've got badass '93 MC BF 200 w/ a Yahamie ProV 200.
          M O S T A W E S O M E C R A F T E V E R B U I L T
          'Luv'n life behind a Barefoot 200'
          atlfootr





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          • #6
            Originally posted by Cloaked View Post
            VSO's ConvertxDVD.

            .avi to VOB in two steps.

            If your .avi has embedded watermarks you're stuck with them. Find another rip or DivX copy. Just sayin'.
            ConvertxDVD. Is supposed to be pretty good, but I always had better luck with the Cucosoft products.
            They've been around a long time.

            Their .avi/.mpeg to DVD converter is $15 cheaper than ConvertxDVD. It's faster too.
            '04 MariStar 230VRS/MCX

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Cloaked View Post
                LOL.. Always a 1-upper.....



                The movie will be outdated if he listens to all of the what-ifs....

                ConvertxDVD is free. [email protected] boy!. Do it and be done with it...
                The way I read it, VSO ConvertXtoDVD is $49 and isn't rated as highly as Cucusoft, which is $15 cheaper.

                There is a free trial of ConvertXtoDVD, but it puts a watermark on the output DVD.
                '04 MariStar 230VRS/MCX

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                • #9
                  thanks guys, so is there a free converter w/o the watermark?
                  In wine there is wisdom,
                  in beer there is freedom,
                  in water there is bacteria.
                  -Ben Franklin

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by mitch View Post
                    thanks guys, so is there a free converter w/o the watermark?
                    windows or mac?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by l8kebum View Post
                      windows or mac?
                      Windows, thx!
                      In wine there is wisdom,
                      in beer there is freedom,
                      in water there is bacteria.
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