Hi there I have just bought a new Acer Aspire desk top. I am having trouble burning movies to disk. I have no idea how to do it. I have tried a few ways but with no luck.
If you could help me out I would reaqlly appreciate it.
Im using acer 5920 laptop and my dvd driver is dvd super multi dl,when i first time tried to burn my dvd i was sucessfull with it i burned it through divx player,but now when i insert a disc the disc driver is making to much noice like its hitting something and burrning softwear shows that please inseart a disc while disc is inside only one the cd tray and its making noise again and again........plz let me know m sick of this now m tyring since one week plz help me..
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There are 44 models of the aspire E1. 35 of them have a dvd writer, which will play your dvd's. It is started by the software you use. If you want to burn a disc your burning software withll recgonise the drive. Same with playback software if you are just wanting to watch a movie. I't should have software, or a trial version, of a burning program on it when purchased. Maybe playback software too. You need to review your applications and see what you have and learn what each one does to find it. good luck.
The process is rather simple once you get the hang of it. Many people use various conversion software programs to convert their movie file to prepare them for a DVD. Although in the beginning it is complicated but after a couple of stabs at it. You will be burning movies. The size normally would be 4.7 Gig standard DVD-R you can use RW if you plan to rewrite over the movie later. It will hold a single movie or approx: 4-5 depending on size if the files are not converted. You can convert the movie files using Winavi this is what I use. or you can try to find any free burning software program out there. Winavi for me was the simplest to process it is a approx: 3 step process. You will be burning the Video from the file once converted. The audio is included during the burning process. All you need is one DVD-R place in the burner. Then open the conversion software and open the video file and convert and burn that is about it. For higher graphics quality it will take more of the disk space for less or normal it will take approx half the disk that way you can fit two movies on one disk basically. So the process is converting the movie to be prepared for the DVD to work on standard players. Check out Winavi this is what I would suggest maybe someone else knows a free software conversion program you can use. John
What is it doing. Are you trying to burn a dvd movie, what software are you using to try and burn it. If you are trying to burn a movie, you wont be able to unless you have the special programs to remove the copyrights and possible compress the video files to fit on the blank dvd. Most burning software wont allow buring of movies due to copyright reasons unless you do what i stated above.
You need to check that with blank DVD's you are using compatible with your drive.Because the DVD's may work with your extranal drive but not with your builting drive. If this doen't slove the problem I would recommend using a different burning software other than "sonic record now" and "vista o/s Built-in dvd burner".