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Look under the video tab and what you are looking for is called "Plug and Burn"


A lot of experienced users will tell you to capture to your hard drive and then burn a disc from that captured file. If you use Plug and Burn, one small hiccup or if you run over even just a minute or two, you've blown the entire disc and have to start again.


Remember that with Plug and Burn you can get only about 1 hours at best quality on a disc. Less than 2 hours on a DL. I don't see anyway of changing the quality so I believe that holds. Your computer needs to be able to keep up so it had better greatly exceed the minimum specs.


Use "Capture Video" to capture the video onto your hard drive and burn from there. If movie length is an issue, you can get more on a disc and still have something watchable.

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