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How Do I Burn My Home Movies To Dvd

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#1 TimFlame


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Posted 11 March 2007 - 08:37 AM

I have a number of short home movies that I would love to burn to DVD to be able to watch on the TV.
Nero wont burn AVI or MOV formats which are what I have and I tried "Recoding" via Nero and that wont play on my DVD Player either.
I am confused I thought it would be easy.
Do I need to Encript not that I know what that means or do I need some other burning software that can convert AVI & MOV so that it can be played on a DVD player (mine is a Samsung DVD-5600).

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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#2 FireKracker


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Posted 11 March 2007 - 04:01 PM

Hi there! Firstly you would have to convert all the video clips you have into a format that would be compatable for burning to a DVD. This can be long and lengthy process however have a look at DVD Santa or Digital Digest or Google's results

Hope this helps!
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#3 fozzie


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Posted 15 March 2007 - 05:01 AM

Here are some guides from Videohelp with some tutorials. Converting AVI to DVD is smewhat problematic. It sometimes pays of to buy a DIVX player at your local utilitie store at an equivalent of USD. 40 than spendng time and money to try to convert them.

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