How do you burn DVDs with VLC media player?

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You needed to know how to Burn a DVD with VLC? Well I learned from this tutorial.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mh9e3Rb4SM&feature=PlayList&p=429384327E7EE1B7&index=0

Searching the net seriously works.

VLC, VideoLan Clint, plays your AVIs btw. Also this mainly a recommendation, I prefer it, but it will for you to decide to Watch most ripped DVD files [AVI, MP4, etc] I will use VLC, to Convert and burn to DVD I use CovertxtoDVD 3 and while I may like using VLC to burn DVDs, I use Aimersoft DVD Ripper. reply

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07-05-2009 04:07 PM
Googler

Toast 9 or nero you can try reply

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07-05-2009 08:58 PM
mooree
7 posts

i have downloaded movies from utorrent and have them on windows media player but it will not burn to dvd i have a external dvd burner reply

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08-11-2009 06:29 PM
redbone

HEY! I’m Crystal and I have a solution to your problem! Yay! Right? Okay, first what you need is to convert your VLC file (your movie) To a WMV file. You can find a converter on google. Search it. So now that you’ve got that down. Go to Windows Movie Maker and import that WMV file (your movie) to the list. THen Drag and drop it to the space that says “Drag Media Here” Now you publish the movie and burn it to a disc! Hope It helps you! MWAH! <3 reply

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09-15-2009 02:56 AM
Crystal Wring

I am so confused about your problem.
Do you mean to play your dvd movies on VLC media player? reply

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09-15-2009 04:19 AM
yayasong
50 posts

there are 2 programs built into the windows program 1 is called cyberlink power producer the other one is called windows media player cyberlink will burn dvd’s without any problem and wmp is for your cd burning needs just remeber that wen burning a cd you dont have the setting’s on data disc pmsl simples reply

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09-23-2009 07:59 AM
tonysweatheartx

On Win XP, how do I burn vlc video on dvd disc. I could before, but cleanup disc space and lost my writer and now I can’t remember which one I had with the cone signage. Do you have this this writer for burning? reply

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11-09-2009 09:53 PM
chocalet

I’m a real dummy in media regards. Downloaded VLC to be able to watch video taken with my nikon DSLR...works great, but....can adjust video with tools while watching...
question is, how do I save the video changes to the file?

I pause the video, make darker, more contrast, etc., but would like to save the editing to the file or create a new file. HOW?????? reply

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11-12-2009 11:43 PM
Earl

for VOB files I’ve used DVDFab 6 reply

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11-28-2009 07:09 PM
Dkr

try a vlc media player, free online, downloaded a few movies from uttorrent and burned them with no problems reply

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03-07-2010 10:52 PM
Brian

I have several videos that i downloaded from youtube opening and saving with my vlc player can i burn some of them to dvd?if so how? reply

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04-13-2010 09:19 PM
bree

Its actually very simple to burn a DVD with VLC.
Insert DVD
Open VLC
> Media > Convert/Save...
Choose a Starting Postion for the burn
(I usually go to the “Title” option and up it to “1”)
Save the file name and end it with ".mpg”
> Save

> = Click reply

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04-19-2010 10:07 PM
Nick

I’ve downloaded an avi file that will only play with sound in VLC player. In winamp or media player there’s no sound. If I stream the file to my Xbox360, there’s sound. When I burn it to DVD, there’s no sound. How do I burn this to DVD with sound? reply

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05-25-2010 08:34 PM
cali

wats the story i have a vlc player i have downloaded 4 movies all of the 4 movies play on my vlc player i use cd burner xp i burn the movies onto the blank dvd it takes about 58 seconds to burn the disk which i now is not right then it says burning complete i take the disk out put it into my dvd player and it says no audio please please help reply

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06-18-2010 02:43 PM
tom 198x6

if you have an . AVI or .DIVX .MPG .WMV among other video(you can check this by right click then properties under type of file) using windows 7 just insert a blank DVD (not a CD make sure it is a DVD, it should be around 4.7 Gig) you should get a autoplay window with various option (if nothing happens go to computer or my computer or whatever it can be called that you can finde the dvd. right click and select open autoplay), one of the options is burn a DVD video disc using windows DVD maker, select it and you should get a window, just select add video and add the videos you want or can fit in the dvd, press next and select the Menue screen you want, you can edit various options here, and then just click burn, it will take a long time because it has to convert the video and audio, but the end result is a dvd that can play in almost any dvd.

If you have problems with playing files or burning first check if you have the right codec or just download a codec pack such as “k-lite codec pack” among others, this will take care of most codecs, even after installing a codec pack there might be codecs missing depending on the codec pack and instalation options, in case of the loss of audio it is most probably an audio codec like “ffdshow audio decoder”.

If the stated method does not work to burn a dvd even after installing the codecs, try using a different program like Avi2Dvd wich is easy to use and efective, being able to add up to 3 subtitles and audio tracks, however it does have some bugs, however there is a lot of software that will do the job.

Let me just state that VLC media player does have additional codecs that will not work with windows media player or others unless a codec pack is installed all videos that work on vlc should work on widows media unless it is broken or damaged, then VLC can do more to play the file, even in cases crop out the broken portion.

Finally if you have a dvd player with a DIVX codec installed, (it should have the DIVX logo somewhere, wich is the word divx with a little line, its hard to miss it says divx) you can just burn a data disc, make sure you select data in whatever burner you have so it does not give you the time left on the disc but the memory available. This proces takes a lot less time to burn than burning VCD, SVCD or DVD discs because as a data disc it does nopt need to convert anything, just burn, but as i stated it will only works on dvds with a divx codec, just make sure that they are divx files those are .divx or .avi, you might want to change the extension to .divx on all the files just in case the dvd player is picky and wont play a .avi, (does not matter in PS3, might not matter in dvd players, not sure), and of course this will also play on your PC, This is the best way if you have the equipment to play it because you use size of the files not length played, you can make a dvd that that has a total playtime way above the average of a video DVD, you can even burn videos to a CD that last as long as a dvd.

I Hope i was clear and answered a lot of questions, helping some people along the way. Good luck finding your answers reply

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06-28-2010 05:41 PM
dat dude

how do i burn it to a dvd reply

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08-02-2010 09:26 PM
stan

CAN ANYONE TELL ME IF WINDOWS MEDIA ACTUALLY WORKS ON ANYTHING BUT ITSELF??

I HAVE BURNT CDS, TRIED THE PLAYBACK ON WINDOWS, WORKED FINE, BUT IT CAN NOT BE FOUND BY THE CD PLAYER IN TEH OTHER ROOM....

TRIED DIFF BRAND OF CD-R BUT SAME PROBLEM OCCURS.

CHEERS

AL reply

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09-18-2010 04:22 PM
alib

I have 2 .AVI video files for two parts of a film.
I have also, two .ssa files that contain subtitles for each part of the film.

I can connect them through VLC player and play the film, but how can I burn both parts on a DVD with connected subtitles?

I have a macbook pro, idvd, and dvd studio pro.

Step by Step instructions would be amazing. Thanks. reply

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10-22-2010 11:23 PM
All4jc93

Thanx to comments I found here I downloaded a free version of ConvertXtoDVD4. It worx perfectly, is super fast, does exactly what I needed! Hope this helps. reply

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11-24-2010 07:57 PM
Keryth

Help! if I play the movie with vlc media player it works fine, but when i open it with windows media player or burn it with nero, the sound is further than the movie ?! how can i burn it so that it is good? reply

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11-25-2010 01:56 PM
Devilinside

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