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How do you put video files onto a DVD you can watch on a DVD player

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by mountainexplorer, Mar 4, 2007.

  1. mountainexplorer

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    What's necessary to be able to take computer video files and put them on a DVD that a regular DVD player will play?
     
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    Nero will do it.....BUT it takes a long time and blows up the size of the file pretty big.

    You can Google WMV to ISO convertor and come up with several. If you want a free one you can try a torrent site. I am attempting to download one now. I'll let you know if it works and I'll email it to you or something.
     
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    Oh yeah, if I am wrong someone feel free to correct me. I have gotten pretty computer stupid.
     
  4. mountainexplorer

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    A friend of mine gave me a DVD with his footage of 4-wheeling videos over the years. I went to put it in my computer, and it registered as being blank.

    Then I put it in a DVD player and it played like normal. I guess I ought to ask him how he got it on a DVD.
     
  5. CustomChevy

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    just use windows movie maker.



    drag all your clips in, and pick author dvd.


    make popcorn


    enjoy
     
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    I downloaded a program called Magic ISO. Dont know how to use it and I dont have a burner handy, but it opens up fine...
     
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    Magic ISO is a pretty cool little program. I was surprised it does all the things it does.
     

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