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HELP!!!! How do I make a DVD from a cd?



 
 
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Old April 13th 09, 07:32 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
bonkk
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Default HELP!!!! How do I make a DVD from a cd?

OK.. Now I'm frustrated!!! I know I made a DVD from a CD my sister made for
us containg pictures put to music, but now I can't find it, nor can I figure
out how to do it.. everything I've tried fails.... I also downloaded the free
Totalvideo Tool and tried it, but it's telling me my DVD is full.. I tried
several DVDs from the package, and it keeps telling me the same thing. From
what I can tell, her cds are done in WMV. I think I'm getting senile here.
Thanks for any help you can give..
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Old April 13th 09, 11:02 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
John Inzer
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Default HELP!!!! How do I make a DVD from a cd?

bonkk wrote:
OK.. Now I'm frustrated!!! I know I made a DVD from a CD my sister
made for us containg pictures put to music, but now I can't find it,
nor can I figure out how to do it.. everything I've tried fails.... I
also downloaded the free Totalvideo Tool and tried it, but it's
telling me my DVD is full.. I tried several DVDs from the package,
and it keeps telling me the same thing. From what I can tell, her
cds are done in WMV. I think I'm getting senile here. Thanks for any
help you can give..

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Try copying the .wmv files to a folder
on your hard drive...

Then try the following free program:

DVD Flick
http://www.dvdflick.net/

Be sure to read the Guide:
http://www.dvdflick.net/guide.php

If you have problems downloading DVD Flick...
try the following direct link:
http://tinyurl.com/bvtfza
or...
http://voxel.dl.sourceforge.net/sour...up_1.3.0.6.exe

Save the file to a folder on your hard drive and
install from there.

Tutorials:

DVD Flick Tutorial
http://beginwithsoftware.com/videogu...ick-guide.html

Burn Any PC Video Format into DVD
http://www.freevideoworkshop.com/dvdflicktutorial.htm

To create a basic Video DVD that should play in a free
standing DVD player...try the following...

Good luck.

First...read the DVD Flick Guide to familiarize yourself
with the program.

Open DVD Flick and insert a blank DVD in your burner.

If your computer's Autoplay window opens....just close it.

Click the Project Settings button and go to...Video /
Target format...residents of USA...choose...NTSC /
Accept.

Left click the Add title button and browse to your
Movie Clips and select the ones you want on the DVD.

You can arrange them by selecting one and then use
the Move Up and Move Down buttons.

Left click the Create DVD button / OK / Yes / Yes.

Wait while the DVD is created.

When the text "Finished Successfully" appears you
may close DVD Flick. Now you can eject your DVD
and play it in your DVD player.

At some point you may wish to purchase more
advanced software like Cyberlink, Nero, Roxio,
Ulead, etc...but at least this is a start.

Good luck.

--


John Inzer MS-MVP
Digital Media Experience

Notice
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk


 




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