FLV format

  conrail 15:56 07 Jun 2008
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using xp home, I have a number of music video files in FLV format which works well with wmp, can I burn them as FLV files to a dvd to watch on my TV via my dvd rerecorder? I also have a tv/dvd combo in the bedroom I would like to use also, or do I have to change the FLV to something else, if so which is best? all help gratefully accepted

  octal 16:00 07 Jun 2008

I'm not sure if there is a free one for Windows, but I think a lot of people use this one: click here

  conrail 16:06 07 Jun 2008

thanks for prompt reply octal, but what would be the best format to change to to view the files on a dvd player?

  Ditch999 16:15 07 Jun 2008

A FLV file will not play on a DVD player. You need to convert it to DVD-Video or AVI (if your DVD player supports it) click here

  britto 16:29 07 Jun 2008

click here
this has an option to convert flv to avi
then use nero to burn to cd.

  JITC1 16:36 07 Jun 2008

A good program is dvdflick at click here

  conrail 21:50 07 Jun 2008

thanks for all suggestions,I am trying octal's choice, Replay Converter

  rdave13 21:52 07 Jun 2008

I'll second britto's suggestion. So easy to use even I can use it. ;))

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