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    Can I burn videos files to DVD for viewing on standard DVD Players?
    I hope this is the right place to post this.
    These days I'm putting viewing more and more video on my computer and downloading video content from the internet. What I'm wondering is can I burn this video to standard DVD's for viewing on regular DVD players. If so what software should I look into for doing this? I'm not talking about anything copy protected from itunes but there's a lot of free content such as from video podcasts for viewing on itunes and I'd like to be able to record this to standard DVD. I know you can burn mp3's to CD for playback on mp3 enabled CD players. Thanks for any help.

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    Nov 04, 2006
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    you should just be able to use iDVD. pick a theme, drag the files to the drop zones supplied. it's pretty straightforward.
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