I'm trying to help out a local Historical Society. They have an mp4 video of a reconstructed model of the Gravity Railroad. They would like to be able to use a DVD player to show this and not a dedicated PC. I must have downloaded 6 different apps to do this and either they want lots of bucks or it does not convert the mp4 to a usable DVD format.
Can anyone suggest a free app to do this since I only have two files to convert. I am thinking the conversion should go from mp4 to MPEG 2 or 3. Am I correct and what would be the groups' suggestion?
#5. "RE: Video Format Converter" In response to wings515 (Reply # 0) Fri Aug-09-19 07:15 PM by GreyFalcon
I just downloaded (https://www.nch.com.au/burn/index.html)NCH Express Burn and burned a .MP4 video to DVD. I would imagine depending on the size of the .MP4 It might take a while to burn, but it plays from DVD with the appropriate players and also my DVD player and TV. It is a free version wouldn't hurt to try and see what it looks like.