Ashampoo Burning Studio is the right tool for you if you want to capture your videos on DVD in a nicely prepared form. We show you how it works.
How to put videos on DVD with Ashampoo Burning Studio.
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Would you like to save holiday films and other video memories that you have recorded with your smartphone, nicely prepared on DVD, in order to preserve them for posterity? With Ashampoo Burning Studio (
) this is possible, and the program also has various other functions, such as creating and copying audio CDs and making images and backups.
Burn Video DVD
In order to burn a video DVD that can also be played in DVD and Blu-ray players, the desired video must be available as an MPEG-2 file. Please click in the main menu of Ashampoo Burning Studio on “Burn data” and “New disc and autostart”. Select the video using the plus sign in the top right corner, click on “Add” and then “Close” the window. Press twice on “Next” and under “File to open” select the video again.
If you want to play your video in the Blu-ray or DVD player, you must first convert the file to MPEG-2 format. Otherwise the player cannot do anything with the medium.
Insert a blank DVD into your burner, wait for it to be recognized and click on “Write DVD” in the next step. When the writing process is finished, the burner drawer opens automatically. Then close the program window with “Quit”.
To be able to play the video in a DVD or Blu-ray player, you also have to finalize the DVD. To do this, simply close the DVD compartment again and then click on “Advanced Features” and then on “Finalize Disc” in the main menu. Start the process with the corresponding button.
Once you have burned the MPEG-2 file to the DVD, you must then finalize the finished disc. It can then be played in any conventional DVD and Blu-ray player.
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