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.wav to dvds?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by hashmeer, Mar 28, 2007.

  1. hashmeer

    hashmeer Member

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    Okay I have have a huge .wav file and I would like to put it onto a dvd so I will be able to play it in my dvd player. My question is what program should I use? The file is just a big file and it has no clips. It would be nice if I could add a menu to the dvd like Idvd does for the mac. I have a windows xp though. All help is appreciated.
     
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    rdmercer1 Active member

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    what programs have you tryed? have you tryed using the search button? it is always a good thing to do a search before posting a question, there are many converters that will do what you are asking, do you want free or paid? what kind of quailty do you want? do you have a dvd burner?
     
  3. hashmeer

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    well I am trying to use nero vision and I don't quite get how to use it because I don't know which one of the ones I should choose to do the job. I have a big movie file and I used nero vision to add a menu and all that good stuff but it only lets me burn it to a cd that can only have 80 minutes. I am confused. I want to be able to burn it to a dvd with the menu. What part of nero vision should I use? and how???




    p.s. I am very new to all of this.
     
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    Is it a video file or an audio(wav) file that you want to put on this dvd?
    If it's an AVI (video) file that you want to use to author a DVD, use Nero Vision.
    Start Nero Vision, then:
    Make DVD > DVD Video > Add Video Files.
     

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