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How do you burn movies on to a 4.7gb Dvd?


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shinakuma9

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Hi,

I have 3 movies, each one around 700 mb or so, and i want to put them onto a 4.7gb dvd cd, so i can watch them on my dvd player, is there way that you can do this

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If they are copies of commercial movies, it's illegal to download, copy or transcode them. If they are home movies (amateur movies made with a digital movie camera) you need to buy Roxio Easy Media Creator or CyberLink PowerDirector to convert them to DVD-Video format and write them to a DVD.

Roxio Easy Media Creator:
http://www.roxio.com...e/overview.html

Cyberlink PowerDirector:
http://www.cyberlink...main_4_ENU.html
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