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  1.    #1  
    suggestions? avi, mpeg4, or even mkv to dvd that can be played on a standard dvd player.
  2. #2  
    devede
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    I use Pinnacle Studio, and Windows Movie Maker if there isn't any editing needed.
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    no editing needed at all. just looking for the most simple and reliable software to throw a lot of movies onto dvds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphonsocino View Post
    no editing needed at all. just looking for the most simple and reliable software to throw a lot of movies onto dvds.
    What format is it in now? Is it on your phone? Betamax tape?
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    most of my stuff is in .avi and its on my desktop computer. basically my gf has to get surgery and shes gonna be laid up for 4-6 weeks so im just getting a list off all kinds of movies and tv shows she wants to see and need to put them on dvds for her.
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    Last edited by jedicide; 07/12/2010 at 11:08 PM. Reason: added url
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    Nero.
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    I have Nero and ConvertX-DVD, but if you want to try something totally free, sometimes I just use this...it's faster and easier than some commercial products. I've never had a problem with it:

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    I don't want to hijack but what would be a good one for ubuntu?

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