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How to Burn DVD

Todays Date: August 20, 2018

DVD can be burned same as CDs. In other words, you can add or delete data from the DVD like on a CD. There are plenty of software available that allows you to do same. Some of them are Nero and Super DVD Burner. Depending on the type of data that the DVD will hold, the burning process will take place accordingly.

You can take three different actions with a DVD :

  1. burn data to a DVD
  2. copy and burn multimedia or video files to a DVD
  3. add and burn commercial data to a DVD

Burning data to a DVD

For this, your system must have a DVD Drive. Data like spreadsheet, word documents, database files etc can be burned in a DVD using DVD burning software such as Nero 9 and Super DVD Creator 9.8.8. Check your computer for preloaded burning software programs and then install it. If you are not able to locate them, then you can always purchase or download it from the internet. A normal DVD can burn up to 4.7 GB of data with a great speed.

Burning multimedia to a DVD

Multimedia files may include recordings from a TV show or from a digital camera.

If you want to burn a video file in your DVD then search for compatible software programs that can encode it into MPEG-2 format. But if you want a movie to be burnt then you need to first compress that file and then decode the DRM (digital rights management) before encoding it into MPEG-2 format. You can add the Disc Menu Title, assign your own background music to the video and even add subtitles or number of chapters on page.

You can download AVS Video Convertor to burn all types of video formats onto the DVD thus allowing you to create personal DVD videos.

Follow the given steps to burn videos to the DVD:

a. Download AVS Video Convertor from the internet and install it

b. Execute it and select your video file

c. After choosing appropriate conversion parameters, select the output     destination of the file

d. Create a DVD menu so that it becomes easier for you to navigate through your disc

e. Insert a blank DVD into your DVD Drive and finally burn the DVD
You can then verify whether your DVD was burnt properly or not.

Copying and burning commercial data onto DVD

Commercial DVDs are dual layer and have 7 to 8.4 GB of data. These files must be compressed to fit on a normal DVD. After this, you can use your DVD burning software to burn your DVD.

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Store your DVDs with great care as they are two discs chemically bonded together. Avoid bending DVDs while taking out them from the drive.

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