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Discussion in 'All other topics' started by Hektic, Feb 3, 2007.

  1. Hektic

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    Im just wondering, i downloaded "Borat" the other day and now its on my computer, i watched it with "Windows Media Player" But now i want to burn it onto a DVD and delete it off my COMPUTER. What program should i use to do this?
     
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    there's guides. read them. then ask questions (if you actually read, you won't have any).

    scroll the appropriate forums.

    hint hint-> is the file an .avi or .mpg?
     
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    Not sure?
     
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    check the file extension.
     
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    Where bouts? haha how?
     
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    navigate to the file and right-click on it. if it's already in MPEG2 format, then you just burn it like data and it will play fine.

    however, if it's an .avi, or you want to make a menu, or do anything else, you'll need to use a program like Nero Recode to re-encode the video to a dvd-compliant format and burn.
     
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    Yeh its MPEG2 format i think lol, now what burning program/s do i use to put it onto a dvd?
     
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    well, if it's mpeg2, you can use any program that burns dvds (nero, alcohol, imgburn, etc etc) to put it on *good quality* media. search the forums.
     
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    ok thanks
     

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