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Burning universal DVDs

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by scrubbicus, Jan 26, 2009.

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  1. scrubbicus

    scrubbicus Thread Starter

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    So I've been researching this for a while now and I just can't succeed in burning a DVD that'll work on most DVD players.

    I just found a program called DVD Flick that converts it into .VOB files (which I think might be the right format for what I'm looking for) I tried it a few days ago, I accidentally converted the movie without burning so I dragged and dropped it onto the DVD. I tried and played it and no success. I'm going to try and going straight from convert to burn since it has the option I just don't want to be waisting to many DVDs. Am I on the right track or does someone else have a program they prefer? I have AVS Video Converter which I've been using for my iTouch and PSP and see that also has a DVD converter option which I've yet to try.

    Thanks.
     
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    If you dragged and dropped, you made a UDF format DVD. If you see the option in DVDFlick to burn, go directly to that instead of burning the files separately by another method and that will work fine. You can use another burner, but make it the standard ISO format if you do.
     
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