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How to burn an iso image or mp4 to a DVD

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#1 master_fun_ki


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Posted 07 November 2011 - 11:16 PM

I need to know the exact steps to take to burn an ISO file or Mp4 to a DVD to watch on a regular TV with a 12 year old dvd player. I have searched the FAQ's and the Guides but none of it makes sense and I don't have time to research what all the acronyms are and to update myself on all the new terminology and technology dealing with media files. I just want to know the exact steps PLEASE.....thank you!

P.S. I have tried with an ISO file a few times and it keeps burning it as an Mp4 which is not supported by my DVD player.

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 01:46 AM

Use DVD Flick, DVDStyler, ConvertXtoDVD, similar programs to convert your MP4 to DVD-Video, which you can then burn with ImgBurn by following the appropriately named guide.

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