Burning Movies to a CD?

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  1. LFCGirl

    LFCGirl Getting There

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    My mom wants me to burn her some classic movies to some DVDs.. And I have no knowledge on how to do it. What programs should I use to burn the files? And do I burn .iso files? Or straight video files. And what files?

    Thanks

     
  2. I Doughboy

    I Doughboy Premium Premium

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    Use The Official ImgBurn Website to burn the DvD's. Make sure you actually have DvD's and not just regular music CD's. Go into imageburn and go to burn and select the file. Just use regular video files. An ISO isn't required. You need a DvD burner of course. Just put in your DvD and press burn. Easy as 1 2 3.

    Also

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=How+do+I+burn+a+DvD
     
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  3. TehPhelix

    TehPhelix Retired Retired

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    I use ConvertXtoDVD. The most simplest program ever that produces good quality. I am also sure Azzid has a tutorial on another program, check his signature for the link.
     
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  4. Saiyan

    Saiyan Member

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    ConvertXtoDVD FTW. Put MOvied you DL'd into the program, put the dvd in the burner and click go.


    and you have to have a DVD not a CD
     
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  5. JoeMal

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    I agree, ConvertXtoDVD
     
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    LFCGirl

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    Alright cool. Thanks guys
     
  7. S y N I K a L

    S y N I K a L /ˈsɪn·ɪ·kəl/ Lifetime

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    I use nero, its pretty good and gets the job done.
     
  8. SiK GambleR

    SiK GambleR Retired Retired

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    for clarification .. .. .. .. .. are u burning to a dvd or cd? cause im honestly confused. ill assume dvd.

    convertxtodvd.
     

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