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Old 12-31-2007
cattyhottail
 

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burning movies
What format of movie DVD will play on a T.V. DVD player? And, How do you burn
a movie onto a disk when the DVD is too small for the movie? Are there larger
DVD's.
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Old 01-01-2008
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Re: burning movies

Most TV DVD players would only support DVD Video playback, which requires
DVD burning software. Basically, you couldn't burn a data DVD, just a video
DVD, which is a form of MPEG2. DVDs typically hold 4.5GBs or ... hours of
movie(s).

If your TV DVD player supports anything cooler, the owner's manual should
point it out.

You can get DVD-9s (9GB), but they don't work well in some players. You
could certainly try, though.

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"cattyhottail" <cattyhottail@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> What format of movie DVD will play on a T.V. DVD player? And, How do you
> burn
> a movie onto a disk when the DVD is too small for the movie? Are there
> larger
> DVD's.



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Old 01-02-2008
cattyhottail
 

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Re: burning movies
Thanks, That's a lot of information to asorb for a non-computer nerd. I saved
you link to look at later. I think it will be of some help. I do have DVD
burning software. But so far, I can only get them to playback on my computer.
I appreciate your help.

"zachd [MSFT]" wrote:

>
> Most TV DVD players would only support DVD Video playback, which requires
> DVD burning software. Basically, you couldn't burn a data DVD, just a video
> DVD, which is a form of MPEG2. DVDs typically hold 4.5GBs or ... hours of
> movie(s).
>
> If your TV DVD player supports anything cooler, the owner's manual should
> point it out.
>
> You can get DVD-9s (9GB), but they don't work well in some players. You
> could certainly try, though.
>
> --
> Speaking for myself only.
> See http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html for some helpful WMP info.
> This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
> --
>
> "cattyhottail" <cattyhottail@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:1E407542-0E67-434E-B16D-376808250ABB@microsoft.com...
> > What format of movie DVD will play on a T.V. DVD player? And, How do you
> > burn
> > a movie onto a disk when the DVD is too small for the movie? Are there
> > larger
> > DVD's.

>
>
>

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Old 04-21-2008
swali77
 

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RE: burning movies
Third party software such as nero have programs included to recode your disc
in order for it to fit. 1 drawback, the smaller you make the file, the less
quality your vid will have.

"cattyhottail" wrote:

> What format of movie DVD will play on a T.V. DVD player? And, How do you burn
> a movie onto a disk when the DVD is too small for the movie? Are there larger
> DVD's.

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