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    Default DVD Maker software that can use .WMV files?

    I just want to make a DVD with a basic menu of chapters -- or play all the way through...

    Any thoughts?

    All my videos are in .wmv
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    Windows Movie Maker is pretty decent and should already be in your PC if you have XP or Vista
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    Windows Movie Maker won't make standard DVD files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PolkThug View Post
    Windows Movie Maker won't make standard DVD files.

    That might be true. I have used this on a WIN XP Media Center Edition and Vista Home premium. On both the machines I have Nero/Ulead also present. I do remember that XP Media Center machine did used nero for burn-in. I still believe Vista can do the full process, but I will double check next time I create a DVD.
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    Or, just stop using a crappy proprietary file format like .wmv.
    If you will it, dude, it is no dream.

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    I use the Roxio Easy DVD Creator suite.
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    I use Nero.

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    Nero too.

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