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acebabe

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hi all i'm new to this so sorry if i should have wrote this somewhere else.

I have some videos that i want to put on to dvd.

please can someone tell me how to do this

Thanks

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edge2022

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If you want to watch the DVD on a DVD player, then use DVD Flick.
http://www.dvdflick.net/

EDIT: Thank you Broni for the redirection.

Edited by edge2022, 08 June 2009 - 06:02 PM.

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rshaffer61

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What kind of video's are these and in what format?
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acebabe

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Hi rshaffer61

My boyfriend sent me some video files on a disk. I can watch them on my PC but not on my TV.

I think they are called avi files (or at least thats what my boyfriend said)

Can you help?

ACE
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Re-read edge2022's reply.
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ShowBiz2 from arcsoft is an easy to use program, as well as Nero Vision (I have nero Version 9).
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