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    Drag and DRop


    by john.cb1 ·

    I have some SVCD movies.

    What software can i use to drag and drop these onto a DVD, which i will then burn.
    I have tried Nero but i have found that it only does Movie files with a Video_ts extension.

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    • #3296616

      Reply To: Drag and DRop

      by bfilmfan ·

      In reply to Drag and DRop

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    • #3296534

      Reply To: Drag and DRop

      by rindi1 ·

      In reply to Drag and DRop

      You should still be able to use nero, you just tell it to create a normal Data DVD, and not a Video. Also make sure you install the newest patches for Nero.

    • #3297572

      Reply To: Drag and DRop

      by bobho ·

      In reply to Drag and DRop

      If your dvd player is not capable of playing svcd movies then it is not as easy as dragging and dropping. You will need to convert the svcd files to a dvd format your dvd player is capable of reading (you should be able to see what formats your dvd player can view from your owner’s manual).

      This site has a step-by-step guide and free software downloads for converting from svcd to dvd compatible formats:



    • #3296355

      Reply To: Drag and DRop

      by john.cb1 ·

      In reply to Drag and DRop

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