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How do I get it on to a DVD


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I have just spent ages creating a story in Windows movie maker but cannot work out how to get it on to a DVD so we can watch it on tv. How do I do this???
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Movie Maker 2 doesn't natively burn DVDs. Or video CDs (VCDs), which are playable by many DVD players, but are of significantly lower quality than DVDs. Movie Maker 2 is a video editing tool that can burn videos to CD by using the CD-burning capabilities built in to Windows XP. But CDs only hold about 700 MB of data—not enough for a high quality video. And Windows Media Video 9 files on a CD aren't playable by current DVD players. So what do you need to burn a movie to DVD?

http://www.microsoft...an_burndvd.mspx
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Thanks for that I was using movie maker to make a slide show with photos and that is what I wanted to put on a dvd maybe i should be using another program.
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This is a trial version which watermarks the output, so if possible, use re-writeable discs while you try the programme

http://www.vso-softw...vd/photodvd.php

It is among the easiest to use I have seen so far

Best to buy in dollars as they seem to think there is one dollar to the pound
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