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I am looking for a tool that will let me take an mp4 and burn it as a DVD (you know, the kind I can watch in my DVD player).

I tried DVD Flick but when the DVD was done the audio was off by at least a full second.

I saw this question: http://superuser.com/questions/89467/burning-a-mpg-fileaudiovideo-to-dvd-to-view-in-a-dvd-player But the tool mentioned there does not say it supports MP4s.

Any one have any cool tools for this?

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VisualHub does this perfectly (and not just from MP4), just as long as your source video does not use AC3 audio. It's been discontinued, but is still floating around. One of its reincarnations, FilmRedux, isn't fully baked yet. Another reincarnation, VideoMonkey, hasn't implemented non-MP4 output (such as DVD) yet.

Stomp might do it too.

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I ended up using DVD Flick.

This question helped me fix the audio issue: http://superuser.com/questions/38812/dvd-flick-and-audio-problems

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