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Old 19th April 2013, 07:32   #1  |  Link
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dvd burner?

I make videos by myself for about 2 years... and now I want to brun them into dvds to well record them.

I use Windows Movie Maker to make videos, what software you guys use to burn dvds? Or are there software that can do both editing and burning?

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Hi!

Use (freeware) IMGBurn for burning...
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While burning is pretty much a straight concept (and got a direct answer from setarip_old), editing is a very complex one (let alone most people confound editing with a lot of other things ). I assume that most burning suites (like Nero, WinOnCD and similar) may help you.
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Thanks for the tip

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While burning is pretty much a straight concept (and got a direct answer from setarip_old), editing is a very complex one (let alone most people confound editing with a lot of other things ). I assume that most burning suites (like Nero, WinOnCD and similar) may help you.
Hey, thanks for the tip. well is there any video editing software that I can use to edit videos as well as burn them into dvd?
Thought it will be more convenient.
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thank you for the idea

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Use (freeware) IMGBurn for burning...
Thanks, got to have a try.
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