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    Default Burning FLV files to DVD-Video

    used the Converter (even though the catcher saved as a flv) to convert to Mpeg 2 (dvd- high ) when I copied that file to a disc (dvd-r) and then inserted into my DVD player - I could not play it.
    Any ideas on that?

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    Default Re: Burning FLV files to DVD-Video

    Quote Originally Posted by sethm1 View Post
    ALSO - used the Converter (even though the catcher saved as a flv) to convert to Mpeg 2 (dvd- high ) when I copied that file to a disc (dvd-r) and then inserted into my DVD player - I could not play it.
    Any ideas on that?
    Did you use "Burn to CD/DVD"?


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