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I know how to play it on my computer, but I would like to know how to burn it to a cd and be able to play it on my dvd player.
 

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I'd go here :
http://www.videohelp.com/guides
and then search under the audio conversion table to get info on how to convert ogg to wma or mp3 and then just burn normally.
 

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Originally Posted by thenut

that sites a good resource but I can also give you my take on your situation

if iyour dvd player doesnt support ogg, then download dbpoweramp from http://www.dbpoweramp.com/dmc.htm and convert your ogg files to anything your dvd player supports... virtually all the codecs you could ever need for dbpoweramp can be found at http://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central.htm

But mine is a video not music though.
 

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But mine is a video not music though.

Do you have a dvd burner? If not it won't be possible unless you have a dvd player capable of playing divx files from a cd.
 

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Do you have a dvd burner? If not it won't be possible unless you have a dvd player capable of playing divx files from a cd.

My dvd is capable of playing divx file and I have a dvd burner so what do I do? I want to keep the quality and not make it worse.
 

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My dvd is capable of playing divx file and I have a dvd burner so what do I do? I want to keep the quality and not make it worse.

as I mentioned use
www.vcdhelp.com

- you can look your dvd player up and check compatibility with disks, formats etc. they will also provided detailed info to convert and burn to CD or DVD.
 

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welp, ogg files are generally audio, while ogm files are video... so remember to specify...


so if youre dvd player doesnt support ogm containers, youll have to convert the file or extract the video stream from the container... then you just need to find out what encoding the video stream is... if your player doesnt support the stream, convert it to something else that your player does support

if you dont know what to do or what Im talking about, just visit the site pjnt linked, you should be well on your way after a bit of research
 
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