How to play .FLV Video on TV

I am completely out of sync when its comes to this stuff.
I have several YouTube Videos (.FLV) on my PC (using Win 7 home premium).
My wife wants to view them on our TV.
The DVD Player is a Panasonic DMREH75V.
The user manual has this: [FONT=FPichara][SIZE=1]

≥[/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Helvetica][SIZE=1][SIZE=2]You can play DVD-R and CD-R/CD-RW discs which contain DivX

video contents that have been recorded on a computer.

Don’t have a clue what that means or how to burn the .FLV file onto a dvd in the required format.

Any help would be appreciated.

Sometimes a player may be picky about exactly how it plays a DivX file.
You will be better off trying to convert to DVD compliant format.
DVDFlick should do this but I haven’t done it for a while so I can’t say the latest version will .
I have put up to 48 .flv files in DVDFlick but they were small enough .
Bear in mind that when they are converted to .vob files the .vob files will be larger than the .flv.
You might start trying 20 or so.
As long as the DVD folder size is 4.35 GB or smaller you should be able to burn it to a single layer DVD.
Looks like you player likes -R so I would stick with that.
I think it should play -RW too & the limit on type is for DivX & not DVD compliant.

Thanks for the help.

I will give DVDFlick a try.