How to burn a dvd which can be played in a home dvd player using nero

steps to burn a blank dvd using nero 9 which can be played in any home dvd video player
Asked May 17, 2010
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Answered Aug 29, 2010
The first step is Data. There are only two options here, to burn a standard data CD or a standard data DVD. You can choose to burn your DVD-Video files as data on a blank DVD-R for storage purposes, but that is really the only option you have in the Data category.
The second step, is the Video sector of Nero Express. There are three options here, Video CD, Super Video CD, and DVD-Video Files. To be honest, VCD and SVCD are outdated and so we wont get into them but be aware that those options are there. On the following page I will show you how to use the DVD-Video Files option so make sure to check it.
The final step is the Image, Project, Copy option. From here, you can quickly burn any image files you may have or even copy DVDs that have no copy protection on them. We have no use for these options so please click to the next page to learn how to burn your DVD-Video files using Nero Express.
Answered Dec 07, 2011
The first step is to ensure the files are converted in to DVD files. You then have to drag the DVD structure to the burn dialog box. You also have to close the DVD so that nothing else can be added to it.

Most DVD creating programs have a section to guide you on how to make a DVD that plays in home/standalone DVD players.
Answered Nov 05, 2015

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