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what format should i use to convert FLV files to be burned to a DVD FORMAT?

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by rigeltandz34, May 2, 2009.

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  1. rigeltandz34

    rigeltandz34 Thread Starter

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    hi..
    i was just wondering if what format should i use in converting my downloaded video in the net.. i want to watch it in the DVD..
    so for me to do this..
    i have downloaded an FLV video.. then i have a converting program which is anyvideo converter.. and im asking is what format should i use?
    is there another useful and easy video converter out there?
    plz help.. :(
     
  2. RootbeaR

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    I did it once, will never waste my time again. The quality of the final output is not worth the time.

    Equivalent of you taking my avatar and blowing it up into a 8X24 photo. Good luck!
     
  3. rigeltandz34

    rigeltandz34 Thread Starter

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    huh? i dont understand.. what do you mean by that?
     
  4. RootbeaR

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    I mean the quality sucks. I'll never waste my time converting that format again.


    MPEG-2 is DVD format
     
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    .flv quality seems to be improving in some areas, going more hi-def, which means just low quality instead of super low quality, so it might not be a pointless exercise.
     
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