burning video clips to CD using Nero

07-18-2005 09:10 AM
ismail

i’m trying to burn video clips on a CD by using ahead nero software. the problem is that i don’t know which types of CD’s to use in order to burn the clips onto the CD without getting an error. what kind of CD should i use to burn the video clips. i tried using a CD-RW disk to burn the clips but i kept getting an error signal saying that the disk cannot be overidden and that the disk is not compatible with the software. as u can see i am prettyclueless. i need some help. thanks reply

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07-30-2005 07:11 PM
frustrated and confused

You can try using a CD R instead of CD RW. they tend to be more loyal. I use nero and make VCDs with my video files, I used CD-Rs and it works fine. So that might work for you.

Hope this helps! reply

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08-19-2006 05:56 AM
spidey

i got Tokyo Drift in the form of a video clip on my pen drive...now i want to make it on the cd...but i dont want to make a vcd...that will convert my " video clip” file to AVSEQ .DAT file which i dont want...i want a copy as is on my pen drive to my cd.....i use nero...do u think thats possible? thanks reply

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08-30-2006 04:10 PM
todd

i also have tokyo drift as a video clip and i want to burn it to a dvd so tht it works in a player , how do i do tht? ... reply

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09-19-2006 07:17 AM
spidey

Hey todd i got that video clip on my cd as an avi file :)) hurray!!!....what i did was just make a data cd and put this tokyo drift video file as data..that works for me.but yes i won tbe able to play it on a vcd player...just on the computer.but doesnt matter...

see if it helps for the dvd too:)
good luck :) reply

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09-19-2006 07:20 AM
spidey

Todd u can goto Nero and select Make DVD to burn the file in dvd format....see if it helps good luck reply

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12-03-2007 09:37 AM
rihan

i have cd rom. i want to write vidio clips to cd reply

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09-24-2008 04:23 AM
mr snake

i wanna burn video on my cd (avi) , but everytime when i wanna burn it gives me : incorrect file format what do i suppose to do ?? anyone ??? reply

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10-23-2008 02:39 PM
Bill80

I had no trouble with the sample version of Nero 9. Every clip was able to be imported from real player. Once I paid for it, it seems to reject 1 out of 4 clips which I used to be able to burn in the past. First I get a message that microsoft has to close than I get a general message saying something to the effect that it can’t load the file requested.
This is really annoying and I had no idea that Nero had no US support. Any help would be greatly appreciated. reply

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11-18-2008 12:57 PM
pinay1029

OHH MY GOSHH ! ahead nero doesnt work for burningg !
i tried like 8 times it says burn process successfull
but when i tried watching it on media player it wont work..
and when i tried watching it in the DVD PLAYER IT WONT WorK../ANYWER !
how should i burn it on nero?? reply

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01-22-2009 08:52 AM
BabsyH

I am using Nero 5 and trying to burn pics, audio and video to CD. Have managed to successfully burn this to CD-RW 1x4 700mb 80 mins, and this plays great on our DVD player, but when I try to burn to CD-R 1x52 700mb 80 mins it says burn unsuccessful and when the CD is played in DVD recorder it plays up to about 8mins which is so far into the pics and audio part of the CD. Can anybody give me a solution as to why it burns successfully to CD-RW and not to CD-R doing exactly the same thing. reply

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02-09-2009 03:58 AM
same

i want burn a video on my pen drive then no need watch in internet reply

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05-18-2009 10:24 AM
dorey69

hi, try using xillisoft AVI to DVD coverter, does all formats. reply

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05-26-2009 12:24 AM
scottjones
61 posts

You can also try cucuusoft to burn video files to DVD, it is a great alternate of nero.
You can learn how to burn videos to dvd for DVD player here reply

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11-29-2009 06:24 AM
Ihsan Bunery

rihan wrote:
i have cd rom. i want to write vidio clips to cd

By Cd room Its impossible
CD/WR is must for burning Cd’s reply

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11-29-2009 06:37 AM
Ihsan Bunery

spidey wrote:
i got Tokyo Drift in the form of a video clip on my pen drive...now i want to make it on the cd...but i dont want to make a vcd...that will convert my " video clip” file to AVSEQ .DAT file which i dont want...i want a copy as is on my pen drive to my cd.....i use nero...do u think thats possible? thanks

Dear you can burn your favorite Videos using Windows Xp option you don’t need any software. [My Computer > Cd Writer (put an empty disc) and then copy and paste your video to CD/RW Or DVD/RW]
No Need Any Software.
IHSAN BUNERY reply

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11-14-2010 01:04 PM
Priscilla

How to I copy parts of a Video a clip onto a CD? reply

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01-24-2013 08:33 AM
Efe

The Casio Eclipse can edit right on the carema. Although it is not video carema, I personally have it. However, any Digital carema or video carema is fine Because you can always piece them together with an editor on the computer. Windows Movie Maker is free and you can edit movies on the computer-its pretty easy to use.AVS editor can do this the best though, and the best part, it is free as well! You can put subtitles, mix clips, and even make special effects! reply

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04-25-2014 02:05 AM
manoji

i want to learn reply

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