Discussion in 'Computer and Technology Discussion' started by Rick, May 14, 2011.
What free programs do you use to convert videos to dvd?
DVDSoft's Free Studio. It's not the best, but it has a ton of uses.
i have used that but for some reason the conversion size has increased so i need DL-DVDs
As your on Windows 7 will Windows DVD Maker not do it?
I used to use Nero Vision and never had any problems, it always gave me a high quality conversion. You might have got Nero free with your DVD burner, not all the free copies include everything though.
i will try that
Windows DVD Maker should work just fine. I've used if before and it burned slowly (which is recommended) but perfectly fine and quality remained intact.
If you use the 360 as a dvd player and the video is in a format that is readable by the 360 then you can just burn it to a disc in it's native format, it's useful as then you'll go by memory useage instead of amount of time avalible on disc.
i will try windows dvd maker
it doesnt handle .mkv videos
Have a look at this, looks easy enough: Convert MKV to DVD with freeware - AfterDawn: Guides
tried this one last night the quality decreased & i will try this https://digiex.net/downloads/download-center-2-0/applications/920-any-video-converter-freeware.html
It's not exatcly the best looking programs but DVD flick works good
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