Friend just got a new eMachines computer with Windows XP and a Samsung DVD burner. The DVD burning program is Nero, which came with the unit. He has a movie on his hard drive in Video Clip. At least, if yo select the file and click "Properties", that 's what it says for file type. He cannot record it onto DVD. From his hard drive, it plays in Windows Media Player. We didn't try to do this, but Windows Media player seems to be saying that the only reason it won't burn it onto a CD is the length of the movie. However, he is interested in DVD vurning, not CD burning anyway. His burning program, (Nero)-came with the computer-says the only DVD file types he can burn are: A) .bup B) .vob C) .ifo In fact, Nero will not even find the Video Clip when you look through the Add window. How do I change the Video Clip file into any one of those three file types? Should he just split the movie into two parts, and try to burn onto CD? I saw some of the guides, but I could not make head nor tail of them as regards Video Clip format. As you can see, I'm a compete newbie here. Any help is appreciated.