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Can you burn WMV files to either (S)VCD or DVD

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by LewisSellers, Jun 28, 2006.

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  1. LewisSellers

    LewisSellers Thread Starter

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    Hey,

    I have some video clips that I have recorded with my digital camera and I just got around to buying a firewire card and ripping it to my computer, but they ripped to WMV format, is there anyway i can either convert the wmv format to either go on a DVD or a VCD / SVCD disk

    Thanks


    Lewis:confused:
     
  2. saltydawgs

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    what program came along with your digital camera, there may be an input already built in to automatically change formats to be compatible with a DVD.
     
  3. LewisSellers

    LewisSellers Thread Starter

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    I got Windows movie maker and unlead video editor.

    Thats it :(
     
  4. passionate

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    Nero will do the job if you have Nero installed on your computer. I have done this process before. It's pretty easy, just follow the screen and do what it says.
     
  5. thecoalman

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    Capture as DV-AVI, do not use WMV if you're intention is to put this video on DVD. DV-AVI is essentially a transfer of the footage from the cam to your computer, like copying a file. You can make a DVD compliant disc with the Ulead program.
     
  6. LewisSellers

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    oh right, i'll try it out later... cheers for the heads up coalman :p
     
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