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Dvd Burning - Creating a Copy for Others

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I'm assuming this is easy for most people, except my drive D folder claims to have photos ready to burn. I don't want to burn my photos, I just want to burn a video that I took during my granddaughters spring music program.

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I thought I had to move my video from my photos to somewhere. But, it turned out that the video was already in the video folder.


Then, I right clicked on the picture of the video and I saw a "send to" variable.

I chose to send it to a waiting DVD in my DVD drive. I was asked how I wanted it stored. I chose the Data disk instead of DVD. It's an MP4 file.

The laptop formatted the disk and 30 minutes later, it was done.

Then, the moment of truth. I placed it in my blueray player and it showed up as a data disk. I clicked on that and I watched it start playing.

I cried as I watched it.

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