How do you burn DVDs with VLC media player?

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alright, I torrented the new Harry potter onto my computer from bittorrent.com, but I m going on vacation and want to watch it on the way up on a dvd player. the file at the moment is in .VCL format. any help?? reply

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07-20-2007 09:04 PM
new guy

With AVI files you need to convert them first into mpeg format, so you can get picture, try using VSO ConvertXtoDVD. reply

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07-25-2007 01:04 PM
zdav27

Ive downloaded rush hour 3 on vlc but i cant find it in my file.
so i cant convert it and then burn it on to a disc please help!!! reply

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08-20-2007 04:43 PM
island girl

To burn VLC media files to DVD
Here is a solution

http://www.soft29.com/vlc_media_file_converter.html reply

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09-11-2007 09:54 PM
VLC

I also have this problem with toast 8. and quick time. No Sound and my burner will only burn the video but not the sound. I can however watch it with vlc reply

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09-18-2007 09:51 PM
ravenradio

i need some help with this one.... k .. i am trying to copy a movie from my computer to dvd-r i usually use nero o burn so im not sure if this will work..... i got some movies off limewire pro and when i played them on windows media player they only had sound..... so i got vlc,,,,, and finally they worked now im wondering if i try to use nero to burn the file on to disc will it have no sound if i try to watch it on a dvd player? reply

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12-10-2007 12:58 PM
compuher

The format is wrong guys....!!! U can never play av Vlc etc. on a dvd-player! U have to download a program to decode it into a dvd playable file :-D. Its one catch, it takes toooooooo long to do it, not at all like burning a .iso cant just mount and burn reply

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01-20-2008 06:34 AM
Starvin Marvin

i have an avi file i transfered to my computer from a mac, i want to know what i need to write this dvd correctly from the avi file format to a dvd playable on a separate household dvd player, the problem i have now is that most of my file writing software doesn;t see the file extention, and the ones that do only play the sound track from the movie, what should i do? reply

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01-28-2008 05:45 PM
fujifoot

my vlc player won’t read a certian disk ive tried to play it in all the modes that it offers but i get error messages everytime i play it what am i doing wrong? reply

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01-31-2008 09:45 PM
rastafari

http://www.therealcaffeine.com/how-to/rip-dvd-with-vlc/

There you go reply

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02-09-2008 02:50 AM
Good Doctor

Tama wrote:
first off

ID what you got, what type of file is it

you can use a program called gspot to do this

when you know what you got then you can work out how to burn to a DVD

Tama,

Have you tried this - gspot to burn vlc files before? Vlc file just like VCD or SVCD file, it ends with .DAT.

Please help

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02-16-2008 10:23 AM
Ninja

Tama,

Have you ever used gspot to burn VLC files onto CD or DVD before?

VLC file it just like any VCD or SVCD files that ends up with .DAT.

What I have here it’s VCD with VLC files that end up with .DAT extension.

Need more suggestions.

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02-16-2008 10:42 AM
Ninja

Anyone,

Have you ever used gspot to burn VLC files onto CD or DVD before?

VLC file it’s ending with .DAT extension.

What I have here is VCD movie with VLC file.
I tried many burning programs or software but no luck so
anyone has any suggestions.

Ninja reply

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02-16-2008 10:49 AM
Ninja

VLC file

I tried AVS Video Converter, Nero, Ulead Media Studio Pro 6.5, Avex, DVDDecrypter, Wizardcopy3, DVD Cloner 4, WMP Recorder etc., any most known programs out there, but no such luck.

Any more programs?

Ninja reply

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02-16-2008 10:55 AM
Ninja

i need help burning the dvds from vlc player. any suggestions? reply

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04-06-2008 05:28 PM
gfunk

i need help burning the dvds from vlc player. any suggestions? reply

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04-06-2008 05:29 PM
gfunk

@Ninja

gspot wont burn the files for you

it will ID the file for you, it tells you what kind of file it is

then you can work out how to convert and burn from there reply

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04-06-2008 07:53 PM
Tama1

i rip dvds with dvd shrink but i cant burn them reply

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04-24-2008 03:36 PM
era

@era

dvdshrink dosnt burn to disks it uses either Nero to do the burning part. dvdshrink just does the transcoding.

install nero if you have it, if you dont have nero dvdshrink can use dvddecrypter as well to burn or theres a version of dvdshrink that can use imgburn to do the burning. reply

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05-04-2008 10:04 PM
Tama1

In VLC, goto File > Wizard...
Select “Transcode/Save To File..."
Select File you want to convert (must play in VLC)
Click Next >
Check “Transcode Video” and select MPEG-2 Video at 1024kb/s
Check “Transcode Audio” and select MPEG Audio at 192 kb/s
Click Next >
Select MPEG-1
Click Next >
Save to your new file name with extension .mpg
Now you can open this file in eg Nero VCD creator, Windows Movie Maker, Click to DVD etc. Burn a Video disc normally.

Not very efficient but works. reply

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05-25-2008 09:37 AM
Xianator

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