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How to burn Video on PC to DVD disk?


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chipper1

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Hello,

Hope people can help me. I need to know how to burn a video onto a DVD disk.

I have downloaded firefox addons which seems great as theres a little symbol that pops up whenever there is a video so you can down load it. Then down load it and then I downloaded something called RZ Burner but in the part that asks for DVD source I can not find the downloads I have made?

Anyone help me please? Ohh I am using blank DVD-RW 4x 4.7GB disks.
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I have also tried video converter by fox tab and I added the file fine and then start, but then it said staus is failed. Could it be something to do with the output fotmat?
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Looks like I have converted the videos I want to burn in foxtab. Now how do I burn them onto my disk. I put the disk into the DVD player but my DVD play sadi NO DISK? It should say something like disk empty if anything right?
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I think you have to have a movie file converter (eg. "CONVERTXTO DVD") that is going to covert your movie files to a format that is compatible to your burning software. The converter should list all the file that it is able to convert in order that one can burn a dvd from. Make sure your converter does that. Also you have to be sure that your dvd burner is functioning properly. Personally, I use the above mentioned software and it does everything -converts then burn. See if you can find it and see if it works for you. I really don't know the cost for it now man because I have one of the older versions... However, do a search for it online and you should come up with something. Have fun... :thumbsup:
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