Converting .mov file to DVD-playable

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I'm using a free version of video converter for converting a Quicktime .mov file into something that can be played on a DVD player (AVS Video Converter 8.3).

It works for simple .mov videos I've taken with my camera.  However, I'm receiving an error when I try to convert a more complicated file.  The error reads '‘Access violation at address 0DFB2112 in module ‘AVSQuickTimeFile3.dll’. Read of address 0000000.'.

In this file, I've pasted together multiple clips into a single .mov file (some videos, some music slideshows built in Quicktime Pro, etc)

If a 'quick fix' doesn't come to mind, perhaps you can refer another software package (freeware preferably, but not absolutely necessary) for converting .mov files to DVD-playable.

Thank you!
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Are you using a Mac or a PC?
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Try this. It worked great for me. VSO DivxToDVD
http://www.vso-software.fr/download.php
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DVDFlick will convert a wide range of video files to DVD-compatible mpegs. It will also burn them to DVD if you want. Best of all, it's free

http://www.dvdflick.net/
Just burn them as is, if you have windows 7 use windows DVD maker
get a blank DVD-r or DVD+r if your home DVD player supports it stick it in the drive close out anything that opens,
open Windows DVD maker from start all Programs
 drop your .mov files  onto the main start page, click on options to set the format/check the output size of the overall DVD at the bottom, then go next> and set up the menue and burn finalize the disc
My windows 7 DVD maker accepts .Mov it just takes a few secs maybe a minute or so to load and render them then your good to go
.mov on windows 7 DVD makerSelect a menue the one you choose will show on the left and this is what you see when the DVD starts they are like chapters
select menue

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Thanks to all the responders.  I tried each and they all worked in they're various ways (had a little challenge finding DVD Maker in Windows 8 though.)  

Thanks again, much appreciated!

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