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MP4s on TV's standard DVD player ?

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What software/etc do you recommend when burning MP4s to disk for watching in a TV's standard DVD player ?
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Does your dvd player play these types of files? I would just use a standard CD burner something like itunes works great. If you are trying to burn an mp3 disk with lots of songs then you would need to test to make sure your dvd player can play these (most will) but burning standard cds...itunes is easy to use.
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