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EricH

Can one burn a video off youtube?

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I want to watch Ray Lewis- Football Life during the tailgate this Sunday.
I can take my DVR with me and hook it up. But it would be easier to play a DVD.
Can youtube videos be burnt onto a DVD?
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[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i]If you have any type of software on your computer that would allow you to download a YouTube video and covert it from FLV to MPEG-2, you should be setup to do it already (assuming you have DVD burning capabilities).[/i][/font]
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[quote name='EricH' timestamp='1357151271' post='1286910']
I want to watch Ray Lewis- Football Life during the tailgate this Sunday.
I can take my DVR with me and hook it up. But it would be easier to play a DVD.
Can youtube videos be burnt onto a DVD?
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Sure Can. I will lay out the process that I use.

1. Download 'YTD Video Downloader'. The free version is available on download.cnet.com
2. The free version allows you to download a Youtube clip to a FLV format.
3. Once you download the file, YTD downloader also allows you to convert the FLV file into an AVI file.
4. Once you've created the AVI file. Simply use 'Windows DVD Maker' which should already be installed on your computer (assuming you are using Windows). That program is pretty self explanatory.
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[quote name='EricH' timestamp='1357154956' post='1287072']
I have a Mac.
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Ofcourse.

There should still be a way. You just need to find a program (that runs on a MAC) that will download YTD videos then use whatever DVD maker is installed on your computer.
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