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.wmv files onto a dvd-r disk

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  1. MEMAMO

    MEMAMO Member

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    hey guys i have .wmv files (a movie) that i want to burn onto dvd-r disks but every way i try i fail!!! :( iv wasted loads of disks can any1 help me??
     
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    jnust thought id add that i want it to be playable on a dvd player
     
  3. Navig8r

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    welcome MEMAMO

    you have to convert the files to either mpeg 1 or 2, or you can convert them to DVD (.vob files) i personally use WinAvi it does cost something there is a free trial, but this is the simplest way i have found to convert my files....not sure if TMPGEnc will do it or not

    if you want WinAvi its here
    http://www.winavi.com/video-converter.htm

    good luck
    any questions feel free to ask
     
  4. MEMAMO

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    then how do you go about burning them to dvd what file and could you please walk me through it thx alot
     
  5. MEMAMO

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    also are you using the trial version of winavi as if you are as you have helped me i will give you the serial number thx alot for your help and by file i mean program
     
  6. Navig8r

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    Ok
    What I do is use WinAvi to convert my file to DVD (simple 2 clicks of a button) then after that I use DVDLAb (also cost free 30 trial) to create my menus chapter, menu transitions and background sounds (there is tons more you can do) here is a guide for DVDLab
    http://www.doom9.org/index.html?/mpg/dvd-lab.htm

    get it here http://www.mediachance.com/dvdlab/index.html

    it does take a little bit of work (no one said its easy) but once you do it a few times you'll have it down trust me.

    There are other programs out there but to be honest these are the ones I have finally stuck with after, months of trial and error, several migrains, and the occasional argument with the wife, complaining that Im on the computer to long and then end up with nothing.

    These programs have worked almost flawlessly since i have gotten then over a month ago...but in the end its your call, do some searching and you just might be able to find DVDLab ...hint hint....think about it, but honestly it is completely worth the money, i would pay double that easily.
     
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    no i have purchased it....and be careful about talking about giving serial numbers its against the forum rules cool....i hope what i sent you was helpful

     
  8. MEMAMO

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    could you possibly do like an easyer to follow direction like print screen things what to do because i dont understand that website it just doesnt click with me could you please send a page via email or make a quick website with goecities and then i can go on that as it prob be more than 2mb whic is what hotmail accepts thx
     
  9. Jeanc1

    Jeanc1 Guest

    Here's a program that does everything you need and is very simple to use !

    http://www.mp3towav.org/dvdSanta/

    It also has online all the GUIDES you need !

    Free Trial leaves a small banner -- the paid version is very reasonably priced.
     

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