Help putting a WMV on a DVD

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  1. Spidey-Bat

    Spidey-Bat Ours is the Fury

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    For a project I have to do, I need to put the WMV movie my friend and I made onto a DVD. I've never done this before. If anyone has and could give me some tips that'd be great.

    If not, I'm just going to put it on a CD and have my teacher play it on his laptop.
     
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    convert the wmv movie to a different file type
     
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    Spidey-Bat Ours is the Fury

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    What type of file?
     
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    Spidey-Bat Ours is the Fury

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    So after I convert it to a vob all I have to do is burn it to the DVD and it's good to go?
     
  6. JTIZZLEVILLE

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    The problem is, standard dvd players will only play certain file types. I use this program:

    http://www.dvdsanta.com/

    It actually converts the file and burns it at one time so you don't have to worry about getting different programs to do different actions.

    It is kind of expensive but you can download a free-to-try version that will include a watermark over the videos you convert.

    I personally use it and it works great. Hope this helps.
     
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    The problem is, standard dvd players will only play certain file types. I use this program:

    http://www.dvdsanta.com/

    It actually converts the file and burns it at one time so you don't have to worry about getting different programs to do different actions.

    It is kind of expensive but you can download a free-to-try version that will include a watermark over the videos you convert.

    I personally use it and it works great. Hope this helps.
     

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