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How to burn movie to DVD, VCD, SVCD?


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content removed. It's not cool to post someone else's work, and claim it as your own, nor to spam. :whistling:
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Well laid out guide

However, AVS is a paid for programme, there are a number of programmes which convert and burn files to disc
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i like the AVS software
it has lots of great functions
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The best free, open-source program I have encountered for this task is DVD Flick. Very easy to use and the results are quite good and can import almost any video file format. Here is the link:

http://www.dvdflick.net/
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The best free, open-source program I have encountered for this task is DVD Flick. Very easy to use and the results are quite good and can import almost any video file format. Here is the link:

http://www.dvdflick.net/



Thank you, nice DVD burning software. But I still prefer AVS, it works perfect for me.
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