Hi, I would like to convert a .flv clip to DVD to play on the computer or DVD player, but all the different methods have left me a bit confused. Can someone help me by answering the following questions?
1. Is Any Video Converter (free) capable of doing that. Should I use DVD Flick, or something else? I am able to convert the .flv clips, with AVC, to DVD NTSC and play them on my computers, but not on my DVD player; that could be that my player is so old that it doesn't recognize the file as it has been converted. I did try burning the clip using DVD Flick after converting the .flv to NTSC, but only the laptop that I used to do the transfer will play it. (It has Windows 7). However, it won't play on my Windows XP desktop.
2. Am I correct in convering the .flv to NTSC before burining it to a DVD, or should I be doing something else, as well?
3.Can I use either program to convert the .flv (on my Windows 7 laptop) to DVD format so that a friend can view the video on their Mac laptop? If so, to what do I transfer the .flv before burning it to DVD?
4. Am I on the right track? I still find all this a bit confusing, but I am up to the challenge!
I wish there was an outline of each step and the settings that will work best, but everything I find online contricts the other articles/instructions.
Any help will be appreciated! (I hope I'm posting this on the right area! I've sent this to CNet, but wasn't sure if they only help with their site issues.)
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