I am not entirely sure about what you are asking here.
I think you are referring to DVD-Video (DVD that play on home entertainment DVD players, the ones hooked up to TV's).
Do you want to know if you can burn DVD-Video's from a computer, which can be viewed on a regular DVD player (as in one that is hooked up to a TV)?
Or do you want to know if you can burn a copy of a DVD-Video with your computer?
Well the answer to both questions is yes, to burn a DVD-Video, u need a burnable DVD (obviously) but also encoding software such a Nero. The reason you can?t burn a regular DVD and have DVD player read it, is because the DVD-Video format is encrypted, therefore to Burn or even view a DVD-video on a computer, special software is needed. Nero Suite 7 is what I use when burning home movies to DVD's but I bet there are some free versions of such encoding software additionally.
Copying Encoded CD's has legality issues as we all know? but I understand that programs such as DVD Shrink, DVD Decrypter, and ShrinkTo5 can be used to copy DVD's.
I hope that answered your question.
Can you burn DVD's from a DVD player that is in the computer I was told that you can and that you can't, so I dont know if you can and if you can then can someone please tell me how?