How to Turn Internet Movies Into DVD Format

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After downloading a movie from the Internet, a program called DVD Flick may be necessary for converting the video into a proper format to be played in a DVD player. Watch movies downloaded from the Internet on a DVD player with help from an IT engineer in this free video on video formatting.

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Hello, my name is Izabella and now I'm going to show you how to turn internet movies into DVD format. If you have downloaded a movie from the internet, sometimes it may be in a format that your DVD player cannot read. This time you have to convert this files and for this conversion there exists several programs that you can use. Okay. Here you can see on the folder in which we have our movie file the AVI file. And now we are going to use a program called DVD Flick, and so now I open it. Okay. Here you can see the program and now on the righthand side of the screen I have to click on add title. Okay. And now we have to select the video file. Okay. You can see... here is the folder and here is the file. Okay, open. And you can see this appearing on the screen. Okay. Now, we have to click on edit title also on the righthand side and here is a property windows appearing where there are general properties, chapters, video sources, audio tracks and subtitle tracks. We click on accept. And now click on create DVD. Now there is a warning that we have a file already existing and it will be rewrited, okay, no problem. Now, I click on yes. And here, we have to wait some seconds until the encoding of our project is finished. Okay. There is written finished, so now we can go to click on close, okay. And now go to start menu, and there in my documents, and here you can see a folder called DVD, that we have just created automatically, if we go to this folder and then go to the folder video, you can see the video files.

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