What type disk is needed to burn a DVD?
Generally speaking, many DVD players could support many DVD disk, including DVD-r, DVD+r, DVD-rw, DVD+rw. If your DVD player could support those four kinds of disks, then make sure your DVD burner could also support them.
Take an example, the DVD burner I use could burn movies and videos to DVD-r, DVD+r, DVD-rw, DVD+rw. Then it's up to you which disc to use.
You may download one and try it by your self.
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A DVD-R burner, software and a DVD-R disk. The software can be found anywhere for free. The hardware(DVD-R) burner needs to be purchased at a store along with the disk. Once you have installed the hardware and software just place the files on the disk. Read More
With blank DVD disks you can burn movies such as family movies filmed with any type of recording device. You simple upload your movie to a laptop then burn it onto the disk. Read More
Yes, a DVD burner is needed to burn a DVD from bit torrent movies. Read More
A DVD ROM is a "Read only Memory*" it is the disk itself and as such it cannot burn anything. A DVD reader can only read DVDs. A DVD writer can write som recordable DVD formats. Read More
Save file to a computer, then burn to DVD disk Read More
No, I don't think so. A CD-rw drive or a DVD-rw drive could not be used to burn DVD or CD. A DVD burner program is needed to burn DVD. I use a DVD burner to burn my movies and video to DVD successfully. Read More
Convert it with DVD Copy Software. It can help you to copy DVD to hard drive by creating ISO file or saving as DVD folder. Read More
A DVD RW drive can only burn to a DVD R DL disk if it is labeled as having that capability. If your drive has a DL label, it is dual-layer capable. If you still can't tell, you can download a free software called "VSO Inspector" to give you this information about your drive. Read More
You need a DVD-RW disk to burn the Windows Movie Maker file to before it can be played in at DVD player. Read More
My Acer aspire 5100 has a DVD plus r dl and i tried burning a movie to a DVD plus r and it didnt work what kind of disk should i burn it to?
after you Download the DVD you should convert it using convertxtodvd it's a program and then try to burn it to the disk you got it should work that is what i use Read More
Yes, a DVD drive which has burning function, a blank DVD disc and a DVD burner software is needed to burn movie or video to DVD. But I don't think you can burn movie or video to DVD ROM. DVD ROM stands for read only memory. So you may burn your DVD on a DVD-r, DVD+r, DVd-rw or DVD+rw. Read More
DVD stands for "Digital Video Disk" or "Digital Versatile Disk". It is an Optical Storage Disk that can hold any type of digital media. Read More
You can use softwares capable of burning to disk to create such dvd movies.. the softwares can be downloaded online Read More
Easy, when you first load the disk on your PC, open the DVD and click burn. After its done loading, then you will have the DVD on there at anytime unless you delete it. Read More
In order to burn DVD disks, a DVD burner, download video files or movies, blank DVD disks and a computer are needed. Following is a link about how to burn video or movie to DVD, you might have a look. Wish it helps! Read More
Computers do read DVD-Rs but if your computer doesn't read DVD-Rs you may not have a DVD Drive. To make sure you have one, Look on the drive. If it says Compact Disk, that means CDs only. If it says Compact Disk and DVD R/RW you cab view and burn DVDs Read More
Burn them. Either use a regular burning program that burns it to a DVD and use the DVD as a data disk, or use a program that can convert it to the right format. For the first option, you could watch the movie on a computer if you put the disk in, then explore the disk and double click on the video file. However, you wouldn't be able to watch it on a DVD player… Read More
Because cdr discs only have MBs of space and DVD discs are in GBs Read More
No it is not possible to rewrite a DVD-r or DVD+r disc. The type of DVD that can do that is a DVD-rw or a DVD+rw Read More
DVD data disks are burned by the Finder. In Finder's menu under FILE you can see the command New Burn Folder. Click that. An empty folder will appear. It will be on the desktop and be named Burn Folder. Dragging files to this folder will NOT put the files in the folder. An Alias of each file is put into the folder. The total space needed is calculated and you will be told how much… Read More
yes you can put photo's on DVD + r, use Nero and burn them as a data disk to be viewed on any PC or use select photo slideshow in Nero to burn and watch on a DVD player Read More
You can create a data cd. This will allow you to back up any files onto a disk. I would recommend you using a burning software, this will give you a option to burn a data dvd, select your files and burn. Read More
The video or movie that downloaded from Torrent comes with various file formats such as AVI, MP4, MKV, and WMV. So when you want to burn Torrents to DVD you have to convert video to DVD format (MPEG-2) before burning it to a DVD disk. Read More
There is no way I do not think. However, you can burn A PowePpoint to a disk and use it as a flash drive. You cannot view PowerPoints on a DVD player. Read More
Of course you can, that is what a DVD writer is meant for. You have to have the right software to format the media on the disk, but once you have that it's a simple process. Read More
It reads the discs whether they are CD DVD or BluRay, it can not write or burn discs Read More
I think one can burn it to disk if one has the proper program. Read More
that means either the DVD player is broken or the DVD doesnt work on that type of player Read More
If you're trying to make a movie DVD, use iDVD. If you're just trying to put files on a blank DVD: put the blank disk in the drive, drag and drop the files you want to it, then eject it. It'll burn automatically. Read More
You need to have: a computer, some blank DVD roms (you can get them in most shops) and a disk burning program for your computer. With your DVD roms and DVD of choice at the ready you simply have to follow what the program tells you to do. Read More
Yes, Windows 7 can burn ISO files to disk Read More
It depends on the disk type. If the disk name type is DVD/CD R, then you'll just gonna have to throw it in the trash if you don't want the contained files. If the disk is DVD/CD RW, then you are allowed to delete and read files back and forth from the disk. Read More
If you already have a DVD burner, then the ROM you select is decided by your DVD burner. Take an example, my DVD burner supports DVD-r, DVD+r, DVD+rw, DVD-rw, so I can select any of then to burn my movies to. However, generally speaking, a DVD-rw is more compatible. Read More
Your laptop's DVD (or Blu-Ray) player would need to be one that can write/rewrite CD's and DVD's. If it does have that, either the laptop's pre-installed software, or a third-party software you can use to burn into a disk. Read More
Yes, I can. I offen use a DVD burner to burn videos, movies, even music files to DVD and then play it on my DVD player. The operations are quite easy, just a few steps are needed to take to have the job done. You may see more details about how to burn DVD and try it by yourself. Read More
PS3. can play all dvds, you can buy a DVD from the stores and you can watch it there, if you burn a DVD from your computer there are two ways of burning it, you can burn it like a usb flash drive where you can change your files on your CD, this will not work in a DVD player, or you can burn a DVD disk you can't edit the disks files. They both… Read More
Not with a 4.7 GB disk, you'd have to invest in a 8.5GB dual layer disk. I'd look on eBay. Read More
I'm a little confused about your question. Do you mean what program is needed to burn movie to DVD to play on your DVD player? If yes, you need a DVD burner to burn movie or video to DVD. Note: the format of your movie is crucial, because some DVD burners don't support some format. The DVD burner i use to burn DVD supports AVI, MPG, MPEG, WMV, MOV and so on. Read More
you don't need anything special you just need a CD-DVD R or just a CD rome basically just a blank disk Read More
Yes, one can burn a DVD to a CD-rw or CD+rw disc, but when you play it, you'll discover that you could only hear the sound, you can't watch the picture or the video. So I recommend you burn movie or video to a DVD disc rather than a CD disc. Read More
Yes, but you must have a DVD burner in order to download one onto the disk. It usually takes 4.5GB. Read More
1. You should not try. 2. This is illegal. Read More
"coaster" is slang for a bad burn, i.e. a failed burn that created an usuable disk. (So all it's good for is a coaster.) Read More
To burn a DVD using Nero Start Smart Essentials, open the program and choose the type of DVD that you want to burn and click New. Select and drag the files that you want to burn into Nero Burning ROM and insert a blank DVD into the DVD/CD re-writer. Click on the Burn button, review the settings and once you are happy, proceed with clicking the Burn button once again. Read More
Yes. Using burning software, such as 'Nero', you can use a DVD as a data disc and burn any type of computer file. Read More
You can burn a blank DVD by having a DVD burning compatible burner and then drag your file to the icon that looks like a disk. Click the help button on your computer and click help topics for more information. Read More
Burn to DVD There are several file formats that will play on DVD players depending on the ability of your DVD player. I would check your manufacturer's information to see what type of files it will play. Most newer DVD players will play AVI or MPEG-2 file formats. I use NCH Software's Express Burn at http://www.nch.com.au/burn/index.HTML to burn Audio, Data, & video to CD, DVD, and/or Blu-ray discs. Read More
DVD-R that can hold 4.7 GB but when you try to burn it it says there is no memory left what do you do?
It probably means that there is something already on that disk. Another possible explanation is that what it says on the disk is no always true, because even though the disk says 4.7 gigabytes, it really only holds 3.9 gigabytes (or something to that effect). Read More
If I know what you are talking about I prity sure that doing that is considered illegal. Read More