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    Hi, I have a different problem with iTunes.

    I just started to download videos on iTunes, but I can't burn them to a dvd disc, they only give the option to burn a 'DVD Data disc.' But that's not what I want, I want to burn it onto a DVD disc to watch it on my TV.

    So is there a way to burn the videos onto a disc? Is there a program I can use?
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    Something to keep in mind is that video DVD's have a much shorter capacity for video, from my creating one. I can store over five hours as a data disk and I think it was around an hour and a half for a video DVD.

    Anyway, I used Roxie Creator 2009 to create one since that came with my computer.

    You may run into issues if the video is copy protected though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Degrossi View Post
    Hi, I have a different problem with iTunes.

    I just started to download videos on iTunes, but I can't burn them to a dvd disc, they only give the option to burn a 'DVD Data disc.' But that's not what I want, I want to burn it onto a DVD disc to watch it on my TV.

    So is there a way to burn the videos onto a disc? Is there a program I can use?
    Do you have a Mac or PC?

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    I have a PC.
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    I have an iTunes question.

    I have subscribed to some podcasts and it seems like you have to open iTunes to get it to download them. I had thought that the service that runs all the time might handle that. My main use is to load music on my iPod and to update the play list.

    I was wondering if that is the way it works and you have to open iTunes to get updated podcasts.

    I am using it on Windows XP professional and I have version 9.0.2.

    Thanks for any help.
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    I too always have to open iTunes to get any podcasts out of it, so I think it's just the way iTunes does things.
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