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DVD BURNING I don't know how to burn a dvd like movies really I don't know of any movie website.

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New computer, never used a burner before. how to use the dvd burner?


Purchase or download free burning software. There is a number of different softwares to choose for your DVD burning needs. SwiftDisc Burning Wizard Premium, Xilisoft DVD Creator and Nero 9 come with a free trial. The purchasing price is less than $100, as of 2009. Ashampoo Burning Studio Free and BurnAware Free are available if you do not want to buy the software.

  • 2 Insert a DVD into the burner. The DVD-RWs offer the option of erasing the DVD or adding more application to the disk. Do not use this type of disk for playing movies in a regular DVD player or music in a stereo. DVD-R disks are non-erasable. Take extra care when burning on this type of disk, any errors or accidentally opening the drive will cause the disk to stop functioning.
  • 3 Run your burning software. When you insert the disk, a window will appear. Press the "X" in the top right corner. Click on the "Start Menu" icon. Go to "Programs" then click on the burning application folder. You will have different options depending on the program. Typically, you will have the choice of burning data, videos or music.

  • In case you want some free burning software, type in a comment, I will find some for you

    Jul 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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    Im a bit clueless but i have a downloaded movie on my pc and want to be able to put it on a disc, i have a compaq 6720s , does it have a burner inside it? what do i need to buy or install to be able to use...


    I'm going to assume you are using a Windows operating system if you are using Windows media player. Windows media player does not come with the ability to burn or rip dvds. If your computer came with a dvd burner installed it should have also come with the burning software. You need to look for software labeled "Nero" or "Roxio" or another name that alludes to the fact that it will burn your dvds for you. Most of the software is pretty user friendly and if you need help using it you can just Google the software name and what your problem is and you can usually find an answer.

    Now the tricky part is getting the video to a format that will allow you to burn it to dvd AND be played through a standard dvd player.

    In order for your video file to be played in a standard DVD player it will need to be encoded in the MPEG-2 format. You will need software to do this for you. An excellent program would be "DVD Flick"

    LifeHacker has put out an excellent tutorial explaining how to use DVD Flick here:

    http://lifehacker.com/232322/hack-attack-burn-almost-any-video-file-to-a-playable-dvd

    I hope this helps! If this did help you, please give a thumbs up!

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    Jul 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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    I have a asus laptop and I have been burning dvds on it but I am not able to play it on a dvd player. could it be that the dvd needs to be finalized and if so how?


    certain dvd players donot play the AVi or Divx files directly. These files have to be encoded to the *.vob format, so that the dvd players can read the movie dvd.
    while burning the files (using nero software) in dvd, you should not select the option that says "data disc", instead you need to select the option that says "Video DVD"

    Feb 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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    Cant burn movies


    how long have you been using the burner? does it burn data and audio completely? try cleaning the lens with lens cleaner and check the CD/DVD you are using to burn your movies. also try using another burning program

    Jun 01, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with...

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    I download video from my flip video, but I cannot burn to DVD-RW...it says to insert CD which I have already done


    What CD are you using to Burn then movie?

    Get a Blank DV Rewriteable CD (make sure its blank)

    Format the DVD CD by right clicking it from Windows Explorer and follow the instructions. (this should not be neccessary especially if its a blank CD)

    Use a normal copy and paste from Windows Explorer to copy the movie file or folder into the DVD drive.

    this process absolves the issue of media formats and portability. Also most CD DVD Burning Softwares are not compatible with some players.

    May 15, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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    Windows DVD Maker for Vista (64) error


    Well try to export the movie into mpg format and save it on to the Hard drive... then try burning the disc for any other software... like nero...etc.,

    May 05, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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    The following formats can be played on Windows media player:

    avi
    mov
    mp4
    mpg
    mpeg

    Normally DVD players cannot read compressed formats, if you have a regular DVD/MP3 player, that wont read any of the formats above, or with some luck will read only uncoded Avi, mov or mpeg.

    The formats above are all compressed formats, and often they need additional software call codecs, they can be read on computers, but they generally are not working on dvd players.

    To be sure that a DVD will read compressed computer movies, you need a special DVD player with Divx , like the one below:

    Pro Digital Mall



    Oct 26, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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    Dvd compatibility


    use nero 7 8 to make your movies best easyest

    Jan 22, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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