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Burning multiple episodes on one disc?

Mar 6, 2010
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I have some .avi files of a tv show that I want to burn on a DVD-R to watch on my Macbook and DVD player. Is it possible to burn multiple episodes on the same disc? Also, can anyone recommend me a good and free disc burning program?
Feb 25, 2009
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Your Mac's Specs
Late 2013 rMBP, i7, 750m gpu, OSX versions 10.9.3, 10.10
No, the OP isn't talking about a multisession DVD, he's talking about having multiple video files - all .avi that the OP wants to burn to a DVD to play back on the OPs DVD player. If the OP doesn't have a DVD player that supports playing back video files stored on a DVD and only supports the DVD-Video format for DVDs, the OP will need some form of authoring application, whether it be: Burn, Toast, iDVD, DVDStudio Pro, MovieGate, etc.

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