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I have several .dvd files which were created using OpenShot Video Editor. To export the videos from OpenShot, I used the DV-NTSC widescreen and DV-PAL Widescreen property.



Can anyone tell me how I can burn these *.dvd files into a DVD that can be played with my external Sony CD/DVD 5.1 Player which is connected to a TV?


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What you do need to make a DVD work for a DVD Player is a program called DeVeDe NG.



1 - Open up Ubuntu Software Centre and in the search field type devede and it will be shown in the results.



2 - Install that program.



3 - Start the program and then you will see a series of options.



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4 - choose Video DVD: Creates a video DVD suitable for all DVD home players



5 - You need to add the file to create an .ISO so it will work in a DVD Player.



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6 - In the Files section, click ADD and then search for the file you want.



7 - Once you have added the file, click on it and then click on Properties



8 - If the file exceeds 99%, then click on Adjust Disc Usage



9 - Click on the Video Options tab and select Scale Picture so there are no black bars (Letterbox Effect)



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10 - Click Forward (check 2nd picture) and choose where you want to save the finished .ISO



11 - Click OK



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The .ISO will now start to be processed, once it has finished you will then need to burn the .ISO to a blank DVD. I advise that you burn the .ISO at the slowest speed possible to ensure the best results.


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