Just buy a DivX player and play all your CDR's as-is. You can get these pretty cheap. I bought a Philips dvp642 dvd player for about 80 bux canadian and its one of the best buys I ever made. I can watch all the divx, and xvid rips I already had sitting around on it with no problems......its a pretty solid dvd player too. I burn all my tv shows (from bittorrent) on CD-RW's while I'm busy doing other work and watch teh shows commercial free on my TV. Its deffinitely worth the 80bux.
> > DivxtoDVD might be what you are looking for.
> > DivXToDVD is a 1 click solution to convert your movie files to a compatible
> > playable on your home DVD player. DivxToDVD supports most popular format such
> > DivX, Xvid, Mov, Vob, Mpeg, Mpeg4, avi, wmv, dv and stream format. It converts
> > your single files into a compliant DVD Video set of files and burns it on a
> > blank media DVD+-R(W). The aspect ratio can be automatically selected or
> > to a specific format. The program works for NTSC and PAL video format and
> > automatically chapters. Multiple audio tracks are supported. The future
> > will create automatically DVD menu and Subtitles.
> > Key features :
> > - Support DivX, Xvid, Mpeg4, Mov, AVI, WMV video format and much more
> > - Support AC3, DTS, PCM, OGG, MP3 and much more audio format
> > - Can merge up to 4 hours of data from multiple movies or episodic files.
> > - NTSC / PAL format or auto
> > - Widescreen, full screen or auto
> > - Automatic chapter creation
> > - Preview mode to check if the source is not damaged
> > - Quality mpeg2 encoder
> > - Fast mpeg2 encoder ( up to 60fps )
> > - Save dvd structure on hard drive or burn to a blank dvd
> > - Compatible with CopyToDVD
> > - Multilingual support (...available languages)
> Converting my AVI/divx CDRs to DVD!!! Awesome find dude! Just one thing on this
> program - when left to "automatic" the aspect looks stretched on the TV. What's
> the difference between 4:3 and 16:9? I assume 4:3 is "widescreen." EDIT: No
> matter which aspect I forced it to, it still played stretched and in full screen
> on my player. I have a fairly recent panasonic DVD player. Thanks in advance!