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Old 2017-11-06, 03:54 PM
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what format to use for dvd players

I started burning DVDs with great success.
I have been converting them to WMV format so they will play on my computer.
Which of these following formats will work playing the DVDs with a regular DVD player. These are the options given to me by format factory:


Thank you for help in which format to convert my downloaded DVDs

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Old 2017-11-06, 04:33 PM
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Re: what format to use for dvd players

Well if VOB isn't good enough you should use FLV then IMO.
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