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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
hi can anyone help me with this .....which is the best program for burning back from limewire or vuze when i use nero and put it in my dvd player it says no disc ...does it have to be formatted to use in normal dvd player ??
appreciate feedback .....cheers
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Moved to misc, feedback is for HUKD issues.
#2
cheers .....

any ideas then .......
#3
itunes.com, download itunes, then create a playlist, drag your files into the playlist and hit burn.
#4
will give that a try .....cheers oO
#5
windows movie maker? :p
banned#6
OMG - people still use limewire! Then moan when they get viruses lol

convertxtodvd ftw
#7
csiman
OMG - people still use limewire! Then moan when they get viruses lolconvertxtodvd ftw

You are 100% right there, people say to me that they have a virus and can I get rid of it for them. when I look on their comp they have limewire on it and 9/10 thats where they got it from in the first place lol.
#8
Convertxtodvd
#9
Oh BURNING, sorry I must need glasses.
#10
Limewire is still around?
#11
what other sites are then as im new to this and you have to pay for the convertxtodvd ?? :(
#12
Personally I would invest in a DVD player that can play files off a USB stick.
#13
thats true .....thought u could just burn back ...seems to take so long ....
#14
If you decide you want to invest in a DVD player with a USB port capable of playing DIVX (I take it it was downloaded video files?) then:

Philips DVP3520/05 is £35 and would work with a normal TV and can be made multi region.

Philips DVP3580/05 is £48 and is also upscaling if you have an HDTV with an HDMI socket and can also be region hacked.

Don't know much about DVD players but both those players seemed well priced and I have a Phillips player so know they have no major issues. I would give you direct links to Amazon but for some reason they don't work on here.




Edited By: Ungreat on Aug 16, 2010 17:13: screwed up links
#15
cheers for that .....looks like i will be investing in a dvd player then....
unless anyone knows a better way .......:|
#16
sparkybash
cheers for that .....looks like i will be investing in a dvd player then....
unless anyone knows a better way .......:|


If you have an Xbox 360 or a PS3 they can both play video files off a USB stick.
#17
Does Vuze not have a DVD burning facility built in? :)
banned#18
dcx_badass
The PS3 has awful file support though, can't play half my avi's.

run them through xvid4psp to get them working if you want to keep them

http://i280.photobucket.com/albums/kk173/csiman2/ScreenShot065.jpg

Edited By: csiman on Aug 18, 2010 14:37: sdf

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