@midnightmike , I didn't want to clutter up the other thread too much so I'm posting here .
What I posted in the other thread was to get a copy of a free movie .
I also want to put this in even when converted to DVD compliant format &
then burned to a DVD the quality is only going to be fair.
I rarely use FF & I don't have the plug in SeÃ¡n has. I have no doubt SeÃ¡n's method works.
This is what I do:
Find the YouTube video I want . This is just the regular YouTube videos not what you find with "Movie" .
A song one like this for example .Most of the time the complete URL works .
Just copy & paste it in the Youtube Downloader HDhttp://www.youtubedownloaderhd.com/download.html
Then when it finishes you will have a .FLV or .MP4 file & it can convert to .avi.
DVDFlick usually works for the conversion to DVD compliant.
The max amount DVDFlick can do is 48 video files . Of course less depending on size .
The .FLVs will also increase in size(not quality) when converted to DVD compliant format.
Meaning you can't put 4GB of .flvs in DVDflick to convert & expect to end up with 4GB of DVD compliant folders & files.
Once done use ImgBurn Build mode & burn to a DVD disc.
If your DVD player is capable of playing .avi files you can burn those strait to a DVD with ImgBurn.
You can let Youtube Downloader HD convert to .avi from the URL.
If you want to find some more posts I've made on this go to Advanced search.
Type in DVDFlick YouTube cholla for user name & dot "Posts" in the lower left of Search options.