Burning FLV files on to DVD-R disk

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I have a 25 pack of blank DVD - R disks. I want to download FLV files onto them, put my computer won’t let me. The only devices to burn DVDs I have are Windows Media Player, iTunes, and the original version of RealPlayer. Is there a way to burn the files on to the disk? Or to I have to convert the format to AVI or MPEG-4? If I do, do you have any recomended programs for it? reply

02-15-2009 09:49 PM

If you have Windows XP or Vista you should be able to burn data DVD’s, although the options you have will be very limited.
You can try this http://www.cdburnerxp.se/ (freeware) can’t vouch for it because I haven’t tried it yet (try on DVD-RW to check out how it looks if you want to test)
I suggest grabbing Nero 8 off ebay. You can get it for like 20 or 30 bucks. You can get Nero 9 for a little more, and if you’re REALLY cheap you can get Nero 7 for even less. reply

02-16-2009 12:02 PM

Yo also you can use Flash to Video Encoder it can help you =) reply

03-16-2009 04:30 AM

Helozop =))

Choof right try to use this tool, simple and powerful tool reply

03-25-2009 08:05 AM
yagami light

hmmmmmmmm im havn dah sme problem. aynt dr ne otha way ov doin it wivout downloading risky software?? reply

03-31-2009 02:10 PM
n 2k9

in this case you need to convert flv to mpeg at first, and here is a free flv converter can do this well,
free flv converter reply

04-21-2009 03:50 AM
50 posts

To make “normal DVD” (i.e., DVD-Video format), it has to be MPEG-2. FLV to MPEG-2 is not fun. Most of the low-cost software is junk, makes blocky videos.

A better method is at http://www.digital-digest.com/articles/FLV_to_AVI_Conversion_Guide_page1.html

The method can be modified some to create DVDs. You’d need to ask me for more help. reply

04-28-2009 02:50 AM
6 posts

You can follow this guide to learn how to burn youtube videos to dvd with dvd menu features
Burn videos to dvd reply

You can use a Video to DVD Burner tool to burn your flv files to DVD directly. reply

08-17-2009 10:08 PM
48 posts

Thank You Loong I downloaded it I’m converting a .flv file now and have no clue what’s happening but she’s taking 20 minutes. I think she’s going to .avi but maybe she’ll fry the whole computer.lol reply

06-23-2010 04:54 PM

Ronald wrote:
Thank You Loong I downloaded it I’m converting a .flv file now and have no clue what’s happening but she’s taking 20 minutes. I think she’s going to .avi but maybe she’ll fry the whole computer.lol

Get Format factory it is FREE and will convert anything to anything and play with it you can cut crop join and it’s safe and easy to use and it’s not in techy talk. reply

12-11-2010 08:50 PM

Tanbee Video Converter for Mac is a powerful and easy-to-use mac video conversion software which helps you convert videos and audios between various formats for Mac easily and fast, such as AVI, MP4, MOV, MKV, WMV, MPEG, 3GP, VOB video and camcorder video formats like AVCHD (MTS/M2TS), MOD/TOD, etc.

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01-27-2011 04:09 AM
13 posts

BEWARE: Wondershare is tagged as spyware. I don’t know if “Scottjones” knows that he’s recommending people to use a dangerous program, but you should always, ALWAYS, get 2nd and 3rd opinions before you download software recommended by folks online. reply

02-04-2011 09:14 PM

then which program is the best? reply

10-12-2011 09:49 AM

I used Leawo FLV Convetrer before, it’s great! reply

12-20-2011 01:33 AM
31 posts

How do you burn it reply

02-14-2012 09:05 AM

mm reply

03-07-2012 10:38 PM

Hi. I have downloaded a few of the programs above then attempted to convert an .flv video (313MB) into a wmv or mpeg2 or 4. It converts it however when it completes, the new video format is only like 20megs or 22 megs, or even 5.05megs??? I don’t get this and have gone to another site to download the movie (so far 2 sites) but they all come out the same. What is the problem here? I have also used Real Player to convert, Windows Media center, but I am not getting a full result. Any suggestions here? Thank you. reply

04-28-2012 04:20 PM

I usually do it with this DVD Maker for Mac, which can burn all popular videos (like avi, flv, mp4, mov, mkv, etc.) to DVD-R. Maybe you could give it a go. It will be really easy if you try it. reply

05-01-2012 10:42 PM
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