How do you burn DVDs with VLC media player?

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If anyone can help because I seemed to be confused by everything here. I just downloaded entourage and put burned the first 4 episodes on dvd-r. The episodes are currently in vlc format. They will only play on the computer, how or what do I need to change so that when I go to burn them the dvd will play on a dvd player. Thanks! reply

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11-27-2010 05:12 PM
confused

If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated, because I seemed to be confused by everything here. I just downloaded entourage and burned the first 4 episodes on dvd-r. The episodes are currently in vlc format. They will only play on the computer, how or what do I need to change so that when I go to burn them on the dvd they will play on a dvd player. Thanks! reply

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11-27-2010 05:14 PM
confused

I downloaded some videos I made from youtube using the youtube downloader and when I opened the downloaded videos, they open in VLC media player. I want to burn them to a dvd and design a dvd menu and everything, but I’m afraid that it won’t work. I only have windows movie maker to burn dvds and when I go to import these videos into it, it says " The file cannot be imported because the codec required to play the file is not installed on your computer. If you have already tried to download and install the codec, close and restart Windows Movie Maker, and then try to import the file again.' I’m at my wits end with this thing and don’t know what else to do. Please help. reply

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01-28-2011 05:05 PM
Bloom

convert first then burn reply

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04-10-2011 08:49 PM
ferdie

you need to find out the extension type you can program your computer to show you like in windows xp,vista or 7 you can edit the registry to show the extensions eg. .exe or .jpg or .rtf and so on!!!! Hope this from pc dr3amz reply

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05-15-2011 04:52 AM
pc dr3amz

helps reply

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05-15-2011 04:53 AM
pc dr3amz

HOPE TO MAKE DVDS FROM VLC FILES THAT WILL PLAY ON “ORDINARY” NON-COMPUTER DVD PLAYERS - THOSE THAT WORK WITH TV MONITOR INPUTS

VLC to DVD Creator LOOKS promising with “FREE” download - but there is no indication if one can TRY at least once converting a VLC file without only a sample segment or a “crippled” program. I HATE COMPANIES THAT HIDE THEIR E-MAIL ADDRESSES AND PHONE NUMBERS. I find no user reviews anywhere directly related to this program. Before downloading the program or spending 40 bucks on purchase it would be reassuring to hear from some users. ANY IDEAS?

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06-09-2011 09:08 AM
Gerhardt J. Steinke

Give the person a break... they need help... so if someone has the answer, then simply please provide it. Why all the grief? reply

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06-18-2011 02:47 AM
DW

Open up VLC and go to File. Select Open Disc... A dialog box should appear. Go to the Disc tab. Under the field Disc Type, select DVD (not DVD (Menus)). Enter the letter of your DVD-ROM drive in the device name box, and 0 in the title box. Click OK to see if that’s what you want to rip. If you only have one optical drive this should already be correctly set. reply

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07-12-2011 03:10 AM
vector
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nur Idioten hier... keiner beantwortet richtig!!!! reply

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07-21-2011 02:12 PM
RatsFats

Are there any versions of VLC capable of burning the file to DVD? Or alternatively export the source file with new parameters generated using VLC (such as correcting lip synch)? reply

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08-18-2011 05:51 AM
Trap0001

sssssssssss reply

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08-25-2011 07:53 AM
giz

Hi there did you ever resolve this problem only I seem to be in a simular situation I watch and downloaded movies and music but cannot access it for storage or copying...ideas
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09-02-2011 12:56 PM
mjohnjoe
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Ok, I have read almost all he reply’s here and I am no computer wizard or anything of the sort, I understand the burning of the video using certain software’s, and I could easly download any and all of the suggestion’s. Here is what I want to do, I can provide additional information on what I have as far as the video, like the exstension that you require to know what I am talking about, what I do not want to do is just go and download somthing that is going to potentially corupt my computer, this I have a little concern over. So I do have the VLC downloaded, works great and does burn to dvd, I am using a particular dvd+r to attempt to burn these particular movies, I have found a great site to down load movies before there release, I can as well identifie what the movie made with before I down load, question is this, what is the safest means of transferring my video files from the vlc player onto a dvd+r, I burned one already tried playing in the dvd player, It may be a cheap dvd player I thought, so I put it back into the computer it was burned with, works great ejected in tried playing it in my daughters computer and pop up screen asked, it wants to know what device was used to something, I dont remember at this point. I think if someone was interested in giving me some advice, I would rather you call me, possibly walk me thru the process it would be much simpler to do it this way for me, if you have the time. doesnt have to be a reasonable hour, you could call me as late as needed up late most nights anyhow trying to figure things out. email me at stevehllsbr@aol.com or joy_debo@cinci.rr.com reply

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11-10-2011 12:54 PM
chaparral2300

im tryin to burn some3 movies that i downloaded off a torrent site and the files are xvid i havnt got a clue what burner to download can anyone please help me please reply

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12-15-2011 08:41 PM
chantal

@Chantal

If your using windows, just copy and paste them into Computer>Dickdrive and click burn. reply

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01-10-2012 12:21 PM
Milky13

I AM NOT THAT GOOD WITH COMPUTERS BUT I am trying to make myself more computer friendly! reply

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01-24-2012 12:08 AM
Goldeneagle

thanks for putting me on the thread list! I APPRECIATE YOUR HELP SINCERELY YOURS GLENN L.STACKS! reply

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This MP3 is gagbare. I have had mine replaced four times and my jack for my headphones always fucks up. Does any one know if the Samsing P3 is any better? reply

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