Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by Autumn88, Jan 4, 2005.
is there a way to do it without a dvd drive?
No, you cant burn a DVD without a DVD burner. (i belive that could of been asked in the beginers forum)
Depending on the file size you can burn it on 1 CD using Shrink and a CD-RW, or if you have a DVD burner that will work. Do you have a CD-RW, or a DVD-RW?
No burner? A hammer and chisel could be suggested, but we all know that won't work either... don't we?
That question was too easy for the newbie section; even the newbies know you can't record unless you have a recorder.
The question must be a gag!
Let's hope. Otherwise somebody's fingers were typing before their brain was placed in gear.
some mothers do have 'em.
Can you drive a car without tires? I don't think so.
Whoosh... I caught the car analogy, but what was that "some mothers do have 'em"? That was over my head (or under my feet), could someone explain?
Saying comes from an old TV series - normally refers to idiots/imbiciles.
Unfortunately you cant burn a dvd without a dvd burner but you can rip a dvd as long as you have a dvd rom and cdr/rw burner.
Have a look at tmpgenc encoder and maybe a program called easyvcd or smartripper.If you type creating "vcd creation " into 'GOOGLE' YOU WILL BE able to find heaps of infomation pertaining to this subject
I think everyone pretty well covered that one. I'm allowed a small shout on occasion. "NO!"
Wandering off into SVCD and DivX and the like are topics for another thread.
Andmerr may have discreetly (or maybe not so discreetly) told us this thread is meaningless following zombieman's reply in the second post. The rest was just everyone adding their 2 cents worth.
hey brobear i was trying to be helpful !!!! but you saw through me didnt you!!!
Like the late great Flow from Mels Diner said when Donkeys Fly!
Well since Flo is a fictional character and Donkey from the Shrek movies was able to fly (temporarily yes, but flew nonetheless), are you insinuating that it is possible then?
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