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Windows Media Player does not
support burning movies to video DVD discs. It does support burning data
DVD discs, which could contain music and video files. However, data
DVDs are typically not compatible with most home DVD players. Check
your DVD player documentation for details.
Not really unless you wish to download additional information like Real Player or Power DVD which still must be set to use NTSF which is how all equipment in the USA communicate with each other and should selected when burning DVDs to be used on your TV. just select this:NTFS, or select that you want to save the DVD as this format. Good Luck
Make sure you are trying to burn the right type DVD There are several, but most common are DVD+R and DVD-R Look on Tray of drive to see Also, some cheap high-speed CDROM are ****. 40-52x not really ;-) Buy good CDRoms
If still no joy... Could also be that a new device or proggie grabbed the DVD drive IRQ Reinstall last Service Pack again Reboot Retry
I believ you can find a decoder at filehippo.com Keep in mind that DVD burning software will work even if you don't have a burner, just delet the icon from the desk top for burning, your media play will use the decoder in it. The burning software has a decoder in order to read then burn.
The DVD format is VOB. In the Windows Movie Maker you can save movies as DV-AVI, but in order to burn them onto a DVD disc you should convert them into VOB files using burning software (for example- Nero).