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Windows 7: Which Windows 7 program is Best...

21 Feb 2010   #1
hvnsent3030

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Which Windows 7 program is Best...

i'm trying to burn off movies that i already have on my hard drive.. and, I'm looking for what Already Installed program is BEST for the appication. I tried burning one using Windows Media Center, but.. when i popped it out and put in my DVD player..it was shrunk quite a bit, both horizontally and vertically. Any ideas what i can do to either Correct that.. or, what other burning programs will work better ?


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21 Feb 2010   #2
whs
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I use DVD Flick. Works great. But that you need to install it.
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21 Feb 2010   #3
sneyepr

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i think convertxtodvd is a great program to add menu,chapters,adjust screen size, normalize audio ect. then it converts divx ,xvid ,mpg ect. to dvd format and puts it all in a video_ts folder. then use a burning program like nero. the dvd will usually play in almost any dvd player,
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22 Feb 2010   #4
Arc

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sneyepr View Post
i think convertxtodvd is a great program to add menu,chapters,adjust screen size, normalize audio ect. then it converts divx ,xvid ,mpg ect. to dvd format and puts it all in a video_ts folder. then use a burning program like nero. the dvd will usually play in almost any dvd player,
In fact! It is too difficult to verdict a particular program as "the best" ; but convertxto dvd is one of the best, no doubt.

Use it to burn your movies, to avoid shrinking, go to the settings tab, select dvd specifications, and set the dvd resolution as Full D1 ( if a single mvie on a dvd) or SIF (if multiple movies on a dvd). Best of luck.
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