|When you copy your videos to the PC, they be in DV format (probably with an AVI extension). They'll need to be converted for DVD. What you convert to depends on your DVD player. For a standard DVD format (that'll play on any DVD player) you need to convert to MPEGII (or VOB, depending on your burning software). Most DVD players these days are capable of playing DivX formatted files, so this may be an easier option (if your player is compatible).|
Either way, you're going to need conversion software. There are a few freeware products available, but they vary in their ability to produce useful files. You'll also need burning software that's compatible with the format you've converted to. If you have a full version of Nero, you should have everything you need. Some other burning programs also have their own converters.
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