Burning Films

  Terry Brown 20:23 27 Sep 08

If you want a quick way to burn films to a DVD,and you have NERO installed.

With a MPEG file, select UDF format and burn it to the DVD as normal data, it will play on your DVD player, however you will not get chapters,or a fancy start.

If your DVD player is equipped with DIVX, you can do the same with AVI files as well.

  ukhomegirl 23:12 27 Sep 08

Also with nero if you use MAKE your own DVD u can then add chapters cut edit & much much Auto run dvd/movie when put in a home player. also this way u can burn avi & other video files to dvd plus make photo slide shows with music over text. Which version of nero is up to you. Me personally i use 6.6.16 with plug-in's for audio and vid. Allowing me to DL movies then burn to dvd.

Hope this helps & as said which version is your choice..


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