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Windows 7: DVD Burning Software: Recomendations please

23 Nov 2015   #11
jhexp67

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I have had no problem with it.
Ignore that warning. DVD Flick is good program.
OK. But my only need is to make a straight copy of a DVD made by my TV recorder from UK TV broadcasts. Simply that. But I haven't seen any info in the YouTube tutorial nor in the DVD Flick site saying it can actually do that.

>> Can it?

(Windows' built-in routine can but it doesn't copy any recordings which are on the the next page of the menu.)

(Having registered for DVD Flicks' forum I am still denied posting rights. Friendly crowd!)
It will only use video files from your PC to burn to DVD.


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23 Nov 2015   #12
Stevekir

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jhexp67 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Stevekir View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jhexp67 View Post
I have had no problem with it.
Ignore that warning. DVD Flick is good program.
OK. But my only need is to make a straight copy of a DVD made by my TV recorder from UK TV broadcasts. Simply that. But I haven't seen any info in the YouTube tutorial nor in the DVD Flick site saying it can actually do that.

>> Can it?

(Windows' built-in routine can but it doesn't copy any recordings which are on the the next page of the menu.)

(Having registered for DVD Flicks' forum I am still denied posting rights. Friendly crowd!)
It will only use video files from your PC to burn to DVD.
Thanks. That's what I thought.
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05 Dec 2015   #13
oddie23

windows 7*64 home premium
 
 

Just a thought (tho I hope you've found what you need) , if memory serves DVDshrink will give you region free disks.
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