Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by daszoeb, Apr 25, 2005.
You'll need to convert the file to dvd-compliant files, then use a burning app such as Nero to burn it in dvd-video mode.
Not sure if your real media file is compressed to the point where if you convert it to dvd-video, it'll look like crap and/or with audio sync problems.
There are several programs out there that will convert it for you. Some are free and some aren't.
A free, easy converter: VSODivxToDVD
While it's easy and free (for now), it doesn't have the ability to create menus and the output might have audio sync problems. Depending on your file's fps.....
A not free, but with the ability to create menus: NeroVision Express
Oh yeah, you need a dvd burner/write to actually to do the burning..
Start off with a dvd-rw disc to see if your burns turn out good. Using crap media will no doubt cause playback problems.
Here's a link to other converters to choose from:
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