Making and editing a DVD

  jonem81 12 Nov 12
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I have Freemake Video Converter. I have a DVD recorder attached to my TV. When I have recorded a program from TV, I sometimes need to edit it, to remove adverts or end bits. I use a DVD-RW for this purpose, then hope to use a DVD-R for the final edited version. Using Freemake, I am able to edit the DVD successfully, on screen, taking out the bits I don't want. What I need to know is how to put the newly edited program onto a new blank DVD-R?

  lotvic 12 Nov 12

I use the excellent free program DVD Flick http://www.dvdflick.net/index.php

  bluesbrother 12 Nov 12

You can copy and paste the files from your dvd-rw to a folder on your hard drive then use Freemake to create your finished dvd.

  jonem81 12 Nov 12

lotvic

Thank you , lotvic . Will give that a try in future!

bluesbrother

Thank you for your input, will tyry that as well!

jonem81

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