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How Do I Burn A Video To Cd Then Play In Dvd Player?

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#1 indolence


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Posted 07 August 2007 - 01:35 PM

i have some videos from a birthday party in my digital camera that i want to burn to a CD and give to a family member to play in a DVD player. i tried burning a video in a CD once (using the XP writeably cd folder thing) but the DVD couldnt play it.

so to take out the story, how do i burn a video (mpg/wmv) to a regular CD and be able to play it in a standard DVD player (with video and audio working)

p.s. my laptop doesnt have a DVD burner nor do i have blank DVDs. i googled already but i dont quite understand the process. and i only have ONE blank CD left so i'd rather hear it from someone straight up.


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#2 Sp0nge


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Posted 07 August 2007 - 04:35 PM

There are plenty of programs out there that can do it for you.

Some free, others not free but they offer a trial.

Here's one now.


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