or something like DVD Multi-recorder, or just DVD Recorder, maybe DVD-RW.
i realy need to know
i realy need to know
What kind of problems? What types of DVD's are you attempting to burn? (Backup "data" DVD's, DVD-RW discs, copying movie DVD's, something else?)
What type and brand of discs are you using? (DVD+, DVD-, DVD-RW)
Which operating system?
Which DVD software are you using?
The more information you give us, the better informed our answer will be.
Hope this helps.
what im trying to do is burn a movie on to a blank dvd when i use nero it starts burning then it stops saying there was an error
and whe i use dvd flick it say's after i press crate dvd i need 10600 megabytes to compleate the encodeing when i know dvd is not full and full or blank the dvd dose not hold that much space
What type and brand of discs are you using?-fujiflim 4.7gb DVD-R
Which operating system?(windows xp)
Which DVD software are you using(nero startsmart and dvd flick))
A standard DVD will hold about 4.7 Gigabytes of data. In your statement, 10600 Megabytes = 10.6 Gigabytes. Too much for a DVD. Even a dual layer DVD won't hold that much data. So there is your error message.
What type of movie are you trying to burn? Hopefully it's not a rented DVD. If so, this conversation ends here because this is a copywrite violation and this forum will not aid in this.
There is software that is free and will copy rented DVDs. This is because the software alters the original DVD so that the quality is not quite as good therefore preserving the original content. But Nero is not it.
"A standard DVD will hold about 4.7 Gigabytes of data. In your statement, 10600 Megabytes = 10.6 Gigabytes. Too much for a DVD. Even a dual layer DVD won't hold that much data. So there is your error message."-i'm not trying to burn 10.6 Gigabytes worth of stuff it just says that weather i have one item or fill it to Max capacity
AVI = Use DVDSanta.
MP4 = DVDSanta.
VOB will be iffy depending on who made it. I find it very strange anyone would make that since it's not that good an encoding.
http://www.videohelp.com/tools?toolsearch=&s=&orderby=Name&hits=50&convert=VOB+to+DVD&dvdauthorfeatures=&Submit=Search+or+List+tools lists other tools to convert it.
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