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Whisky

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please tell, is there a "free" program that can be used to burn gopro black video onto a dvd - my desktop computer has Windows 7. thank you
 

Whisky

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please tell, is there a "free" program that can be used to burn gopro black video onto a dvd - my desktop computer has Windows 7. thank you
absolutely flabbergasted that there's nobody here who puts their video on dvd :cursing:
 

hybridzeg8

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I put videos to DVD but the program cost $$ but this is what I've found for you read about it before downloading and definitly look up some reviews

DVD Flick
 

hybridzeg8

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Sorry for the long reply I've been hooked on pinkbike.com looking at DH rigs nd kind of forgot about this forum lol
 

Whisky

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yes, free trials - I'm trying those on a number of programs, just to check on the "ease of burning" - thanks
 

TECK

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please tell, is there a "free" program that can be used to burn gopro black video onto a dvd - my desktop computer has Windows 7. thank you
Just use ImgBurn (free). Combine it with MeGUI if your dvd player does not support mp4. If it does not, is older than my grandma. :D
 

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absolutely flabbergasted that there's nobody here who puts their video on dvd :cursing:
Not sure why you're flabbergasted.

With the advent of flash memory (USB thumb drives or whatever you want to call them) and cheap portable hard drives, not many people use optical media any more. I have hundreds of blank DVDs and CDs in my cupboard that I'll probably never use. It's even easier (and cheaper) to upload my videos to YouTube if I want to share them or have a 'cloud' copy of my completed video.
 

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steve_t is absolutely correct. Wider audience and faster by posting to YouTube, without the hassle of burning DVDs and sending them to your friends/family. How often does the burning process fail, that was frustrating to me. Although some DVD software has stock formats, themes and even music to create your video and DVD. In addition, creating basic and complex menus and navigation that DVD software offers is nice. It used to be an advantage to burn a DVD and show it on your TV. Now with internet connected TVs, there is not advantage. YouTube can be viewed directly on your TV.

Least we forget, putting the videos onto phones and tablets is relatively easy too. I too have plenty of blank DVDs that may never get used.
 

Whisky

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thanks for the replies - I prefer to put my videos on dvds - like viewing on my Plasmas - not interested in sharing via utube nor having friends and family crowd around a desktop (nor hooking-up the desktop to the tvs)

oh..you can send to me all the blank dvds that you'll not be using
 

theimmc

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Sorry I can't answer your question regarding burning DVD video, I just wanted to point out that many devices can play back video files, some from USB sticks or SD cards, on TV. Or you can use the HDMI output of your laptop to do that. A quick search on Amazon turned up this one (disclaimer : I don't own one, never used one, just using it as an example). It probably costs less than a good DVD authoring suite. An added bonus - you get to view your videos in higher resolution than DVD's 720x480.
 

hajo

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As with so many other topics, Google actually does a very decent job in answering your question. Lots of options to choose from: http://goo.gl/3Rpnt


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Horence

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To video convert, the more as I know is about how to convert iTunes M4V video to MP4. If you have purchased movies/TV shows from iTunes store, you may know all iTunes videos are in M4V which DRM protected, making it impossible to be played on non-Apple devices. Fortunately, now you can use M4V Video Converter Mac to remove DRM protection and convert videos from M4V to MP4, MPG, MOV, FLV, AVI, MP3, etc with all audio tracks, subtitles at faster speed with zero loss quality.