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Thread: Noob Question: Burning a DVD with Nero 7

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    Hi guys,

    I'm burning a movie onto DVD for the first time. I extracted the movie with WinRAR but the result is an 'image' file. I thought it would be two seperate Audio and Video folders or something O_o

    I just want it to play back on a seperate DVD player. I'm trying to follow this guide,

    https://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/guide...ning-rom-90947

    but it dosen't mention anything about image files.

    Can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks!

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    You can Burn an image file using Nero.

    Just use that option within Nero.

    (V, kind of pointless to recommend another program don't ya think?)

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    Just double click on the image file and Nero pops up ready to burn it . Thats why I just unwar to my desktop and Bobs your uncle .

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    I'm pretty sure you can also just rename the img to a .iso file if you can't find the burn img thing in Nero.

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    you dont really need to rename it cos most probably nero can handle .img files too.

    nevertheless i also recommend imgburn, its a lightweight and free utility to burn image files on a disc.

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    Ok guys,

    I made two DVD films and each were different movies. Both of them were image files. When I play them back on a stand alone DVD player they both freeze for 15 seconds, about 5 times through each movie. Has anyone experienced this issue before?
    Last edited by 121; 03-18-2007 at 04:35 AM.

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    A few of my DVD's freeze.

    Like for example a couple of my Futurama discs freeze when the title is coming up, usually you just skip past it and your fine.

    It's probably a bad burn, if it bothers you you can always burn again.

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    What blank media did you burn to?

    Try better quality ones next time.

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