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    Default Question about burning

    Hello,

    I have the mpeg file of a movie i would like to burn it on a blank dvd so I can watch it on tv. Which program do i need to do this?

    Thanks!,
    John

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    can you provide file info? you may only have to author it if its in dvd compliant form....
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    What info are you talking about bud? It's The Jungle Book movie i downloaded it for my son, that file is on mpeg format. It was downloaded using limewire...

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    ack! too much information...

    I'm not a mod, but feel compelled to ask you to read rule 6 and edit your post.

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    Default you could do a serch

    I think you could do a serch on "burning DVD" etc. maybe you could find out the right software you need.

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