I am using Windows 10 Professional, 64 bit. I have some MP4 files I want to burn to a DVD that I can play in my DVD player. Can someone tell me the easiest way to do this? Is a Microsoft or non-Microsoft program available to do this? Thanks for your replies!!
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I would like to inform you that, Windows Media Player does not support burning movies to video DVD discs. It does support burning data DVD discs, which could contain music and video files. However, data DVDs are typically not compatible with most home DVD
players. You can check your DVD player documentation for more details.
You may also use your favorite search engine to search for any 3rd party software which might help you.
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