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Hi, I am trying to burn some files from my computer onto a dvd-r disc and think i have to finalize it to play it on my dvd player, Is this correct and if so how do i finalize the disc??? Thanks.

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First thing is that you need to write it as a DVD-Video not as a data one, and there is no "track at once", so there won't be finalization problems...

Try Nero, if you don't have it already, it work's fine for me and my friends.

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