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    burn videos onto dvd+r

    Anyone know of some software i can acquire to burn music videos onto DVD+R's for playing in my cts-v ? (for the enjoyment of my passengers of course).. i have software to clone/copy just about any dvd movie out there, but don't know how to burn multiple video formats to a disc... do i have to download .iso files to make them? any help would be appreciated!


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    Re: burn videos onto dvd+r

    we're not talking about copyright infringement are we?

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    Re: burn videos onto dvd+r

    On the Mac, you can use Toast. You drag and drop your music videos, hit record. On the Windows side, I believe Nero and Roxio burning suites are capable of taking AVIs and other videos and converting them and recording them to DVD.

    Unfortunately, I'm not aware of any freeware that will do that. You can certainly use different free programs together to get it done, if you do a good bit of reading.

    Try this site: http://www.videohelp.com

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    Re: burn videos onto dvd+r

    OK, thanks for the assistance... i've had marginal success using Convert2XDVD which was able to convert the multitude of video types; however, it did not burn properly... so i had to use CloneDVD to do the burning... longer process than i'd like but may be my only useful workaround at this point.


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