Re: accessible DVD burning software with NVDA



           It is unclear to me exactly what's being asked for.  There are very few home DVD burning applications that will do file conversion from one format to native DVD format when burning.  They will do DVD to DVD copying for non-protected DVD format material, but using the approach of disc cloning.

           Most recent DVD players can handle the most common multimedia file formats as well as CD audio format and a number of other audio file formats as well.

          I was just trying to point out that MP4 format is not rejected by AnyBurn when what you're trying to do is to burn it to DVD in its native format.


Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134  

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