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Burning a movie from computer to DVD

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by smilesmom, Dec 31, 2007.

  1. smilesmom

    smilesmom Member

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    I received so much help on here with a question, that I thought I would ask another.

    I have a movie on my computer that I downloaded from the internet, I would like to burn that movie onto a DVD, can someone tell me the easyest way to go about doing that?
    Thanks for all the help.

    Smilesmom
     
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  3. philzone

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    the film machine is awesome! use cce encoder tho. superb quality. super easy to use. and its free
     
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    I am using AVI2DVD to convert the file and then DVD Decrypter to burn the ISO image. The problem is that it will only burn about 5 minutes of the movie. When I watch the movie on the computer it is the entire movie, but I am not able to get the entire movie burned onto a DVD. Any help in this area with be greatly appriciated.

    Thanks
    Smilesmom
     
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    the film machine... all your wildest dreams will come true
     
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    ...TFM is free, but not the CCE. And I can say the results with DVD Flick set on high "quality"- 2 pass are more than just satisfactory. My eye is rather pleased even on a big sreen plasma TV. Of course, it depends on the quality of the AVI source also.

    What do you mean you only get 5 minutes burned? Do you get an error or something? If you do, post the error log.
    What media type/brand are you using?
     
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    although i am a lover of TFM / CCE and used it for many years, the free dvd flick for your needs should be great. does the lot to dvd.

     

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