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Making a DVD video for DVD player


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Ok, Keith, i'll give it a try. But i have a question: is it normal that the program will use like 80-90% of cpu (sometimes 100% for like minutes) and 100mb of ram? And weird noise will come up. Are they normal?
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The CPU and Ram is feasible

What are the noises?
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noises coming from fans i guess? i really do not know.

And i got the video converted to .vob now. Do i just use the dvd burning feature in nero rom and burn into a dvd?
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Open the folder, right click an empty part, click arrange icons by, by size

It is the large ones you need and use start smart, make DVD Video, add video files

If the fans are variable speed, they would increase speed, get louder, if they are making odd noises, or sound like they are labouring, in trouble, you might want to check they are not full of gunk / dust

Make sure the PC is off, leave the plug in but turn the power off if the socket has that, some PC towers also have an off switch
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Hi, keith, the 2nd dvd that i burnt is still a no-go. The tv screen is still flashing when i put into a dvd player. I guess there's a problem with the region settings?
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Is the PC burning the same region as your DVD player
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hmm i have no idea. Besides, i cant see anywhere where you can change the regional settings, is there?
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If you use NeroVision, then make DVD movie, click more then video options, you can change it from PAL to NTSC

Are the makes of disc different to the one you borrowed, it's unlikely to be region otherwise it wouldn't play either

Would they come round and try burning with you
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Hi keith,

the dvd i burnt out was thru nerovision. And it was set to NTSC already.

I'll have my friends to look it up. Thanks for your time :whistling:
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Hope it goes well
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