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well yeah i supose. just in general i guess. i mean, u just have a few videos on your computer and you want to throw them on a dvd to watch on your tv. And im sure there is "the program" that everybody uses to acomplish that task. and as an added bonus- have some video compression to fit alot a videos on one dvd