You cnnoat do this except your computer has a blue ray burning drive otherwise you don’t have the capabilities. There is no program because Vista,Mac can do this just place the dvd on computer and burn to blue ray disc.
I had burnt some iso files to a DVD+R using FreeISOBurner but they wont play in my DVD player, something that happens durring the actual burning makes the computer crash. Is anyone else getting this or know how to fix it?
Has anyone ever had this happen? Video plays fine on my computer then I convert it using convertXtoDVD4. Then during playback it seems to freeze in the same spot. I have converted it and burned it 3 times and still the same thing happens.
First, plz make sure that your DVD player is well and can play your other DVDs smoothly.Then is it the only DVD that has the same problem? BTW, which DVD creator you are using? You could send e-mails for further help.
AVC WORKS THE BEST WHEN SET TO NTSC, PLUS YOU CAN DOWNLOAD FROM SAY...YOUTUBE VIA RIGHT CLICKING THEN SELECTING COPY THEN MINIMIZING THE YOUTUBE WINDOW SO YOU CAN HOVER OVER THE PASTE IN AVC DOWNLOAD BOX PLUS IT NOT ONLY CONVERTS UP TO FIVE ITEMS IT BURNS TO DISC TOO. FREE TOO.
NO,sorry . As a Matter of Fact DVD-R is the most accepted format for video . It`s a matter of codecs , creating ISO , NTSC formats , Regionsets that depend on whether your burned DVD will play in a stand alone DVD player.Also , I`ve had issues with many burns Not playing in Sony DVD Players, Sony tends to “fight” the movie burning/ripping issue.