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angelparsons

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:) please can someone help me ive just bought a laptop hp530 and i want to burn a dvd to play on my normall dvd player and i have tried to do this through windows media and it does not work so i tried to do it through nero software that let me do the dvd but the sound was distorted then i downloaded a converter called divx but that didnt work then i downloaded avs4you and this worked but unless i buy the software at $39 for one year it leaves a trade mark in the middle of the screen when i play the dvd

so can anyone please advise me of any free software that i can use to burn a dvd from a file on my laptop that ive put on there from my camcorder
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Welcome to Geeks2Go!

http://www.jakeludin...g_software.html
http://www.burnworld.com/burnoncddvd/

Please note: I haven't used any of the above software so this isn't a recommendation. I've found generally that If you want consistently good results
and fewer problems it's often better to pay for it (after testing a free trial of it, of course). That's especially true of of DVD-video authoring.
Think about it. Creating good, reliable software requires people with first-class programming skills spending many hours at it to make a living.
Those people want paying (wouldn't you?).

But no harm in trying all the free stuff first. You might get lucky.

Edited by pip22, 23 April 2008 - 01:55 PM.

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:) thanks had a feeling i would end up just going to pc world and buying some software as long as it works i dont mind paying for it.

thankyou for you time
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