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Copying Youtube Videos To Burn Dvd

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One does not, with this software...

 

Web for other software that does, without copyright infringements, then you can use your EVD to burn the file.

(the NXT Suites have a screen capture but it is a lot of software just for one feature)

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How does one copy an hours worth of youtube videos to burn onto a DVD?

 

As long as you have the copyright or permissions, and can download your YouTube clips as files, you can burn them to DVD with this software.

 

Since this software is a cut-down cheap version of Creator, it has only a limited range of input filetypes, (as shown below), so you will need to convert yours into a format which will be accepted by Easy CD & DVD Burning. Here are the formats it will accept.

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You will need to find a third-party file converter to do that job, since Easy CD & DVD Burning doesn't have the 'Copy and Convert' function.

 

Once you have your files converted, run the Roxio software and go to Video/Movies > Create DVDs. This button runs Roxio's MyDVD.

 

In MyDVD click 'Add New Movie', select your converted files, and click the 'Add' or 'Open' button. Arrange their preferred playing order and click the red 'Burn' button at the bottom right of the screen. A 'Burn Project' box will open.

Select your destination (Burn to Disc), insert a blank disc, and click 'Burn'. The software will render your files into DVD format and burn a DVD.

 

This will burn your hour's worth of videos to a Video-DVD. There are many ways in MyDVD to enhance the presentation, but this has been the simplest path.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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