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Downloading videos with RealPlayer and burning them

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I am facing some problems. No matter where I go (Fancast, CBS, Veoh, AOL) and try to download a full TV show episode to my RealPlayer, it never downloads. The only thing I ever get is a few seconds advertisement the show had in the beginning. I can't download the show no matter what site I use. I don't know what I'm doing wrong or what I'm not doing. I've tried everything to fix the issue. Also, I've heard a siren type sound once in awhile. Can you help me?

Also, I want to know how to burn videos. If I'm burning them to a DVD disc, can I start with the first video and then add another and another, or do I need to do something else? I never did this before. I only put one video on a disc and left it like that. I'm using a lot of space that way. I'm afraid that the new videos will erase the previous ones. Can you help?

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In order to fix the problems, I recommend that you upgrade RealPlayer to the latest version. Once you download and install the new version of the program, you can download videos from Internet using the instructions that you can find on the Support page. Also, if you want to burn the videos to a DVD, you can add as many as you want until you fill the empty space of the disc. You can safely add them to a disc that already contains a video without erasing it. You can add the videos using drag-and-drop feature or the Add button. I recommend checking the How to Burn a DVD page for further information.

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