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Buring mp4 dvds!!! help!!

ok im stuck.
I got these movie files (mp4) that i want to burn on a dvd but im having trouble. I can burn them onto a dvd but when i try to play it on and dvd, xbox, ps4 etc, it doesn't work. There is multiple files that are getting burned. I changed the burning speeds and nothing. Let me know if any solutions
I burned it without any programs i did it straight from the file folders and just hit burned. Please help!

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Sounds incorrect in many ways.

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MP4 is what we call a container. That means you have to check if your dvd, xbox and other things understand the file system and encoding of this dvd.

Frankly the native dvd burning in Windows is a crap shoot. I'd use DVD Flick to make Video DVDs and other titles for Data DVDs.
Bob

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dvd flick

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You recommend dvd flick? If so, where can i find some steps to take them out of the container and get them burned correctly?
Ive burned a lot of cds that way but not dvds. I usually beam my dvd to the tv.
Thanks
Josh

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That would be on Google.

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All about video encoding, containers and more will not fit in a paragraph here or even this text box so back to school for that. Or google.

Example: DVD Flick Tutorials finds many such articles and I see some YouTubes as well.
Sounds like you have a lot of work to do now.
Bob

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