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john god

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Hello,

I have a movie on my hard drive I recorded, under temp_dvd.
I want to put it on a dvd disc.

I have Imgburn, dvd-cloner 9, vlc media player.

I tried to put it on a dvd but ran into trouble.
Can't figure out how to move the dvd folder,also
It said not enough room on disc.
The movie is only 115 minutes long.

Is there any thing else I can do, or am I doing something wrong?

Please help if can........

Thank-You,
john god
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Wolfeymole

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Use this John.

http://www.vso-softw...nvert_x_to_dvd/
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thank-you
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You're welcome. :thumbsup:
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I'm using this: http://www.ilikemall...mts-to-dvd.html
It converts any videos to DVD and you will be able to add menus as you want.
It may be other options out there, for sure.
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Not a bad looking bit of software Obmjs5 but the supported file formats are nowhere near as comprehensive as what Convert X offers. :)
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http://www.convertmt...vd-creator7.exe  it's what you need.


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1.Get a blank DVD. First, you need a blank disc you can put your video into. You can buy a blank DVD from any audio or electronics store for less than $1 per disc or $10 per 10-piece packs.

You can choose between two disc sizes: 4 gigabyte or 8 gigabyte, depending on the length of the video you’ll put. A 4 GB disc is about enough for a movie-length video of an hour and a half; any more, and you’ll need to use the 8 GB.

 

2.Put the blank DVD on your computer’s CD/DVD drive. Drives are located in front of a CPU tower or along the sides of a laptop, depending on the make and model. Press the button on the drive to open it and insert the disc inside.

If you’re computer doesn't have a CD/DVD drive, like netbooks and some models of Mac computers, you can use an external CD/DVD drive instead, which you can purchase from any computer or electronics shop for around $20. There’s no need to install it; just plug it into any USB port on your computer and you can start using it.

 

3.Select to “Burn” files. After you’ve inserted the DVD into the drive, a small auto-run window will appear on your desktop asking what you want to do with the DVD. Click on “Burn files to disc”; this will open the “Burn a disc” window.

 

4.Type in any name you want for the DVD on the text field provided. Then select “With a CD/DVD player” option. This will allow your disc to be readable on DVD players and computers.

Press the “Next” button to continue. This will open your DVD drive on a new window.

 

5.Go to the folder on your computer where the video you want to copy to a DVD is located. Open it and select the video file. Once you’ve selected it, drag it over to the DVD drive window. This will copy the selected video files to your DVD, ready for burning.

 

6.Click on the “Burn” button at the upper left of the DVD drive window. This will open the “Burn to Disc” window.

 

7.Burn the files. On the Burn to Disc window, type in again the name you want for your DVD.

Do not change the “Recording Speed” option as Windows will automatically detect the copying speed of the DVD disc you put into the drive.

Press the “Next” button to begin the burning process.

 

8.Wait for the burning process to finish. Once it’s done, click on the “Finish” button and the DVD disc will automatically eject from the drive, completing the process.

 


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