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I have been downloading MPEG, AVI, AND WMV files from the Wrestling Multimedia section and saving them for later use, So I can put them on a DVD-R. I was wondering if I am going to be able to burn them onto a DVD-R with my DVD burner. Also, Lets say, I get 12 matches on the DVD-R. Will there be 12 chapters on the DVD-r or not?

Has anyone done this before and how good did the DVD-R come out? Please let me know. Thanks
 

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I Believe you can do it....and i do not think it will be different chapters.
 

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www.download.com - search for DVDSanta

You don't get a menu, but you do get chapters. Each file is it's own, and depending on how long it is it'll be divided into portions.

Takes awhile to burn, but it works for all comp files. (Though some won't burn...won't find out til it craps out on ya.)
 
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Well, I suggest if you use a DVD bruning program like DVDSanta, be sure to also download PowerDVD so you can test what has been created without wasting a disc. If it will work in PowerDVD or another DVD program, then it should burn to a disc fine.

Also, since the files are placed on your hard drive in a folder, you could use another program like Nero to burn to the DVD. Either way, yeah.
 

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Nah...it only screws up in the encoding process. Not during burning. But you would be better off knowing ahead of time instead of wasting an hour to find you gotta start over.

There is only one "problem" you might find with this though, but it has to do with the files aswell. Some clips are soft on the volume, but others are loud as ****. So bare that in mind incase you're burning a porn and plan to view it late at night. :D
 
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QueefyMcJigglefist said:
Nah...it only screws up in the encoding process. Not during burning. But you would be better off knowing ahead of time instead of wasting an hour to find you gotta start over.
By "not during [the] burning" do you mean during the converting process?

Even so, I'd always check before burning (just to ensure that isn't the problem if the DVD gets ****ed up) to a DVD. It's always such a waste to have a DVD or CD get ****ed up.
 
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