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How To Burn Video Files To Dvd?


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I am having trouble finding out how to burn my video files to a DVD. I downloaded movies off a sharing program at my university and the files are very good quality. They play on DivX player on my laptop perfectly but when I go to the MyDVD Express and go to "Add New Movie" it takes me to my files but there is a red "X" covering the file and doesn't allow me to add it. Please Help!!!

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I am having trouble finding out how to burn my video files to a DVD. I downloaded movies off a sharing program at my university and the files are very good quality. They play on DivX player on my laptop perfectly but when I go to the MyDVD Express and go to "Add New Movie" it takes me to my files but there is a red "X" covering the file and doesn't allow me to add it. Please Help!!!

 

Read this: http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?...mp;#entry248315

 

from fellow poster Brendon who did a lot of research on this.

 

 

 

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I am having trouble running a dvd in my player after I have burnt it. A message keeps popping up saying no audio data, no video. I bought a sony dvd player that is compadible with dvd/r & dvd/rw. Does anyone have answers?

 

It would be best if you started a new thread telling exactly how you burned your DVD, what program your used, etc. You have not given much information to work with.

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