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This may due to burner lens alignment problem or dust is accumulated on the lens. Clean lens using lens cleaner CD and still you are facing problem, then it should be a lens alignment issue. Repair/Replace the burner lens will solve your problem. Revert back for more clarifications or assistance required.
And you downloaded this movie in what format?
If you are planning on converting a DIVX encoded .avi file to a standard DVD format good luck with that... perhaps http://www.afterdawn.com could get you started in the direction you desire...
simplest thing to do is burn the downloaded FILE onto a DATA DVD, AFTER purchasing a stand alone DVD player that has the DIVX logo firmly emblazoned upon it. Then, simply pop the DVD in your stand alone DVD player and watch it wiggle, see it jiggle.
You need to use a program like Sonic/Roxio Easy DVD Suite. Using Nero, you most probably simply burnt a movie "file" to the DVD, and this is not something 99% of the stand-alone DVD players out there understand. A DVD must be in a certain format and "mastered" such that your stand-alone player will read it properly.