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Transferring video to DVD

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Anonymous
October 15, 2004 8:29:10 AM

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Hello. I am trying to transfer a VHS video to DVD. When I used Movie Maker,
the format that it saved it in would NOT let the DVD play on our DVD player.
I am not sure what format the DVD needs to be saved in so that the video can
be played. I made the mistake of buying a DVD+R pack that, apparently, is not
rewritable, so I have just trashed two discs and spent HOURS attempting to
capture and burn just one video. Any help is greatly appreciated!!!

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October 15, 2004 7:08:01 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

You need to obtain a DVD Video Authoring software like MyDVD or Nero Vision
2 etc.
see my faq entry about movie maker: www.rehanfx.org/faq.htm

For more comprehensive reviews of authoring software see
www.videohelp.com/author

--
Rehan
www.rehanfx.org - get more effects and transitions for movie maker





"Tracey" <Tracey @discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:91895280-0124-45C2-9696-603CB73B490B@microsoft.com...
> Hello. I am trying to transfer a VHS video to DVD. When I used Movie
> Maker,
> the format that it saved it in would NOT let the DVD play on our DVD
> player.
> I am not sure what format the DVD needs to be saved in so that the video
> can
> be played. I made the mistake of buying a DVD+R pack that, apparently, is
> not
> rewritable, so I have just trashed two discs and spent HOURS attempting to
> capture and burn just one video. Any help is greatly appreciated!!!
Anonymous
October 18, 2004 3:25:54 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

When you've finished your editing in MovieMaker, use the Save to My Computer
option and Save it as a DV-AVI file. Then use your third party burning
software to burn the AVI file and convert it to DVD format.
--
Cari (MS-MVP) Windows Client - Printing/Imaging and Hardware
www.coribright.com

"Tracey" <Tracey @discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:91895280-0124-45C2-9696-603CB73B490B@microsoft.com...
> Hello. I am trying to transfer a VHS video to DVD. When I used Movie
> Maker,
> the format that it saved it in would NOT let the DVD play on our DVD
> player.
> I am not sure what format the DVD needs to be saved in so that the video
> can
> be played. I made the mistake of buying a DVD+R pack that, apparently, is
> not
> rewritable, so I have just trashed two discs and spent HOURS attempting to
> capture and burn just one video. Any help is greatly appreciated!!!
>
!