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Burn A Video From The Net To Watch On My Tv

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WHEN I HAD WINDOWS 7 DELL COMPUTER IT CAME WITH AN OLDER VERSION OF ROXIO. I WAS ABLE TO COPY A MOVIE FROM THE NET AND THAN BURN IT TO WATCH ON MY TV WITH A DVD RECORDER. I NOW HAVE A NEW DELL PC AND WINDOWS 10. I BOUGHT CREATOR 5 REGULAR VERSION AND AM HAVING PROBLEMS FINDING HOW TO DO THE COPYING OF A PC VIDEO TO BURN AND WATCH ON MY TV. I CAN COPY A MOVIE AND PLAY IT ON THE COMPUTER, BUT IT DOES NOT PLAY ON MY TV.

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ALL CAPS is considered shouting and it makes a little hard to read ;)

 

And a little care with program names 'Easy CD Creator 5' was a software from 2001 - 2003. It is more likely that you have NXT 5. I realize you are new here but these things apply to any forum you go to -_-

 

In order to play a video clip with a Player (DVD/BD) it has to be Authored. (some exceptions)

 

There are 2 programs within the Suite to do this, both under the Video/Movies tab.

 

First is Create DVD's They have taken a lot, too much, out of it from prior versions. You can only create movies with menus, but it will do as you need.

 

Second, which should suit you better, is Copy and Convert Video. This one give you the option of creating a Disc Menu once 2 or more video clips are added. Otherwise, with a Menu the disc will play as soon as you put it in.

 

Either of these will accept most video formats and you can use another program within the suite, Edit Video - Advanced to clip, cut, join, rearrange, etc. before burning to disc.

 

For the exceptions I mentioned... Many Players will play a data disc that has mpg video files on it. No menus just the clip and you will probably have to start is manually in your Player, but it is possible. That would be under the Data/Copy tab and it is called Burn Data Disc.

 

Under the last tab, Learning Center, there are several videos you can watch to help you along! Of course if you get stuck or just want to bonce around some ideas, this is the place ;)

Edited by Jim_Hardin

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