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Burn Video Clips to a CD

by marshur / October 16, 2004 1:28 AM PDT

I have a Ulead Video Studio SE installation disc to install on my laptop, but before I do that I need to know if it will do what I am wanting. I want to burn video clips I captured from my camera, then downloaded to my computer, onto a CD. Will VS se work? I do not care about editing, just burning, so that it can be viewed on my TV DVD player. Or, what will. I downloaded the trial version of "Power Director3, and it will not burn.

I tried to install the VS SE CD on my Laptop, but it will not do anything when I put it into my cd drive. It may just me for Windows ME, I now have Windows XP. Any help?

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by glb613 / October 16, 2004 2:48 AM PDT

What CD burning software do you use?

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by marshur / October 16, 2004 2:58 AM PDT

well, I tried to use Power Director 3, trial version, but it would not work.

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by glb613 / October 16, 2004 3:26 AM PDT

Your CD burner or CD-RW should have come with a software program. Most of the time if your computer has the burner factory installed, the software is also factory installed. Nero and Roxio as two examples. The reason I ask, I have Roxio EZ CD Creator 6.0 and it has a video CD burning function included. Check your programs and see what you have installed.

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by marshur / October 16, 2004 3:31 AM PDT

I just have EZ CD creater Basic, I would have to pay for an update to get the video burning function. (69.00) I don't want to pay that much.

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by glb613 / October 16, 2004 4:15 AM PDT

Good luck finding something cheaper. Most full funtioning CD burning programs are expensive.

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by marshur / October 16, 2004 6:56 AM PDT

I am trying to burn to a DVD-RW disc, is this the problem? I also tried to use a CD-RW, and it did not work. Is there a certain kind of disc it needs to be?

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by glb613 / October 16, 2004 7:09 AM PDT

You need a DVD burner for starters. You also need a DVD burning program. Most computers that come with a DVD burner also have software installed. If you buy a DVD burner, whether internal or external, it should come with its own software program.

Some CD burning software allows you to create a video CD. The quality isn't as good but, it does allow you to put video on a CD instead of a DVD.

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by marshur / October 16, 2004 7:32 AM PDT

I have a DVD/CD-ROM drive....Matshita CDRW/DVD UJDA740

I Downloaded the trial version of Ulead DVD Movie Factory, I tought I could use that to burn video clips on a cd to be viewed on my dvd player.

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by glb613 / October 16, 2004 7:43 AM PDT

Did it work?

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by marshur / October 16, 2004 7:46 AM PDT

NO

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by glb613 / October 16, 2004 9:23 AM PDT

I wish I had more information or a solution to your problem. Chances are, you will need to purchase a program to perform that task.

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I have a Ulead Video Studio SE installation disc to install
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 16, 2004 9:25 AM PDT

Have you tried this software? I have such at version 7 and it makes VCD, SVCD and DVDs.

My skills are not that great, but my creations do play.

Bob

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Re: Burn Video Clips to a CD
by marshur / October 20, 2004 5:44 AM PDT

I finally found a program that would burn my video's and play it on my tv dvd player,
it is here http://www.picturetotv.com/download.htm It is MovesOnTV

It has a free trail, and if you like it you can buy it for 39.00

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