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I got a movie that is in MPEG format. When I play it, it is perfect. Quality/Sound/everything is great. I use WinAVI converter to convert it from MPEG to DVD. I then burn it to a DVD and pop it into my DVD Player. When I play it in my DVD player, the video is choppy. I never had this problem before. What should I do? SUggest I use another video converter program or what? Thanks! :tazz:
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What are you converting it to?

MPEG files will burn straight to DVD
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I just said from MPEG to DVD..... When you click DVD-Video in Nero, you can only put DVD files in it.
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But MPEG is the format for DVD, which version of Nero?
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Nero 6 Ultra Edition
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Click make DVD movie, click add files, locat the files, if they are MPEG it will add them

If they are not, click make DVD movie, click make movie, click browse, locate the files, click the blue + to add them to the timeline, click export, name it, click export and they will go to nerovision, exported video, then you can use the make movie, add files option
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Use start smart

Click make DVD movie



Click make movie



Click the left blue button, click browse


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That is not in Nero 6 Ultra Edition.
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What Nero is that?
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When you click start smart, at the top, does it say CD or CD / DVD
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There is no option to burn a video in Nero StartSmart. And I have DVD selected.

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Go to Nero and get the rest of the programme :tazz:

http://www.nero.com/...aded_Update.php

You need package 2 and don't worry about it saying reloaded, it will install the correct version

Package three is a media player, not essential for this
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I need a serial number, the one I got does not want to work.
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Click start smart, click the word Nero at the top, that shows you the serial number, then click check for updates, it should say if an update is available, then click for that and it will take you to a page which shows all the packages, you can get packages one and two

What error does it give for the serial number
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No error.. I am in the installation process and it asks for my name/company/serial number.
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