New To Video - Asking For Help Converting .FLV format onto a DVD for PC and TV
Posted 12 June 2011 - 12:58 PM
I am completely new to PC World, and the entire world of video file types using with PCs, etc. I have several .FLV files I got from Youtube, which I downloaded (via Youtube downloader, which saved the files as .FLV format on my PC).
I now need to somehow convert (?) and (bottom line) save them all onto a DVD so I can play the DVD on my laptop PC and also on the DVD player over my television.
What do I need to do? What software (freeware) can you recommend that can convert .FLV files/make a DVD (and hopefully record them in sequential order, so they play 1 after the other, in sequential order on the DVD I want to create?)
I do not want anything giving a watermark. Also, I have a Windows 7 OS and have the Windows DVD maker (factory-installed on my PC by HP), and the Windows DVD maker will NOT add the .FLV files to make a DVD. If files need to be converted to something else other than a .FLV to be able to play on a DVD, do I need to know the file type(s) a DVD will support (MPEG? JPEG? MP4? or ?)
HELP!! (Thanks in advance!)
Posted 12 June 2011 - 07:54 PM
Welcome to PCWorld Commuity.
The only one I ever use to convert and burn to DVD which will play on any DVD player is ConvertXtoDVD :
It is obviously not Free as it is just too easy to use to be a free app.but, if you know how to get around the
internet, it's always possible to have one. It will burn your videos in the sequence you want it too as you decide
which files goes in first. It will also burn to DVD9 (double layer) if your DVD player supports reading them.
You might want to give this guy a try :
It is free but, I haven't tried this one. It will convert the .FLV (flash video) format to a .Vob file which can then be
burned to DVD.
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Posted 13 June 2011 - 10:21 AM
Need a Windows ISO image?