[QUOTE=cholla;2031916]Then use VSO DivxToDVD
Open the .MP4 in the Source File.Create a destination folder.A VIDEO_TS file will be created.
I create an empty AUDIO_TS it the same Folder as the VIDEO_TS .
Then put these in your DVD burning program.
I use CloneDVD2 but I’m sure most others would work.[/QUOTE]
Then try just this part of the instructions.
How did you download the YouTube video as a mp4?
I would be interested in getting the better quality .mp4 myself when I DL a YouTube video.