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This is not a problem, merely an enquiry. Which is the best format for DVD's for clarity of picture. There are so many out there...WMV, FLV, MPEG4, AVI. etc. Windows Movie maker doesnt import MPEG4, Nero 7 doesn't accept AVI.
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the best format for DVD content is DVD (more specifically the MOD format that they come in) taking a production DVD (i.e. something you can find in a store etc...) into any other format violates copyright laws
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