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Old 2006-11-21, 10:50 PM
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I need help burning to DVD!

I've downloaded lots of awesome shows from TTD but i can't seem to figure out how to burn them to DVD. Can someone help me? I'm computer literate but a n00b when it comes to burning DVDs. Thanks in advance!
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Old 2006-11-21, 11:17 PM
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Re: I need help burning to DVD!

This is about as good as it gets. I realized how much time I had been wasting after I read and followed these directions.

Plus there's a lot of hints from others.

Burn on.
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Old 2006-11-22, 02:21 AM
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Re: I need help burning to DVD!

^that's a good link.

If everything's already in VOB files (as it should be, since you downloaded the DVD of it here) then use Nero. Simply the best program. Get version 6.6 or older, anything beyond 6.6 has problems when burning DVDs, trust me.

Quick run-through. Open "nero.exe" to make your DVD, not NeroStartSmart or Nerovision or any of that.

Once you've opened up nero.exe, click New Compilation, choose DVD video, then in the Label tab type the name of the DVD you want. Then go to the "Burn" tab, click New, then it'll open up the main interface. From there drag and drop the Video TS folder for your DVD to the main window, then find the "burn compilation" icon at the top, click that, then in the new window click "burn" and then let it do its thing. While burning it's best to not even touch/use your computer at all, but if you're computer is pretty fast then it should be OK. Just sometime burning can get messed up, especially with DVDs, if you use your keyboard too much
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