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Recording video streams onto DVD

jeannot18jeannot18 Posts: 720
edited May 2011 in The hub
Can anyone recommend a good software (free preferably) to record video stream onto DVDs so that I can watch them on my TV instead of my computer. I want to get a few good MTB videos together. Thanks
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  • t0pc4tt0pc4t Posts: 978
    what cam is it coming from?

    What format are the files?

    Imovie HD will do films from my Go Pro but that is mac only.

    Videopad will do it on PC.

    For my normal vid cam I think I need to convert the camera format into one the computer can use but that software came with the camera as far as I can remember.

    If your DVD player will recognise quicktime you're laughing, if not you need to google something called a VOB encoder, there are some free ones out there I think
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  • jeannot18jeannot18 Posts: 720
    t0pc4t wrote:
    what cam is it coming from?

    What format are the files?

    Imovie HD will do films from my Go Pro but that is mac only.

    Videopad will do it on PC.

    For my normal vid cam I think I need to convert the camera format into one the computer can use but that software came with the camera as far as I can remember.

    If your DVD player will recognise quicktime you're laughing, if not you need to google something called a VOB encoder, there are some free ones out there I think
    No I meant video stream from the Internet (ie this one http://www.pinkbike.com/news/you-like-t ... -2011.html) and a few from YouTube too. I just would like them on a DVD/CD disk so that I can watch them on my TV. Thanks
    JC
    Pédale ou crève
    Specialized Elite Allez with 105
    Rockrider 8.1 : )
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