I took some HD video on my new camera...Canon Powershot SX130 IS. I don't know much about the camera and have just been playing around with it. I'm not sure how I would transfer the video I take on the camera to a dvd or if that is possible. I downloaded the software that came with the camera and imported the videos I had on the camera. They were saved to my pictures folder. I clicked on the pictures folder and each of the videos I shot were saved as Quicktime movies. I went ahead and clicked on each of the movies and burned them onto a DVD-R disc. I can play the Quicktime movies off of the DVD-R as individual files that come up, but not a continuous sort of movie with thumbnails like I'm used to with my camcorder. I put the DVD-R disc into my dvd player and it is not able to read anything. If possible, I would like to play these movies on my dvd player from a DVD-R (or DVD+R disc...I have those, too). Is that possible and what do I need to do? I'm not techie whatsoever so please explain using as many non-techie words as possible. Thanks!
I'd start with DVDFlick and go from there. Far as I know, it will import those Quicktime files. Then make a menu and all that, set a few other settings, press Start to start the encoding process, and then come back hours later to burn the DVD to disc. (Or first watch it with VLC Player or similar on your computer to make sure everything looks good before burning.)
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