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Originally Posted by jtmovies91
I have a few videos I downloaded from Youtube, and my windows movie maker will not accept the files that they are. Tech support said I needed to get a file that would convert them to windows readable file, but it didn't give any instructions on how to use it. Do you know any files I can download that will let me convert a(3GPP ) so I can put them on a DVD to watch on my tv.
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At this current date, Avidemux does a decent job of converting quite a few formats to quite a few other formats -- and with added abilities of filtering. It's sort of like an advanced version of VirtualDub in many ways (though a downgrade in others).

You can easily convert MP4 (maybe 3GP?) to MPEG-2 in Avidemux. Then author to DVD-Video in your favorite authoring program. For me, that's DVDWS2. For others, it's TMPGEnc Authoring Works (formerly DVD Author).
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