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How To Burn DVDs

  1. HubPages profile image
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    HubPagesposted 9 years ago

    How To Burn DVDs

  2. chains profile image56
    chainsposted 9 years ago

    You need a DVD burner, a DVD burning software and a little patience. A DVD burning software like Nero can be used for this.

  3. TeriB profile image57
    TeriBposted 9 years ago

    There are a few different DVD burning software programs available.  There is the combination of DVD Decryptor and DVD Shrink.  You decrypt, then shrink the file to fit on a DVD, then burn.

    BUT the easiest I have found is DVDFab (version 5 copies DVD to DVD).  There is also a version available now for Blu-Ray.  Honestly, if you install DVDFab it will walk you right thru the steps.

    It is easier if you equip your workstation with a DVD reader and a separate DVD burner drive, so you can have the original DVD in one and burn directly.  BUT if you only have 1 burner, use DVDFab to make a copy to your workstation (C:\ drive) then put in your blank DVD and burn it (I think Fab will use the term "write" to dvd).

    CAVEAT:  DVDFab will remove security features, but of course you should not use it to break copyright/copywrite protections, only for your own copies of non-protected works.

  4. profile image44
    Calgalposted 9 years ago

    Yes you need a DVD Burner and blank DVDs.
    If you have a writer/ burner but if you do not know if it writes to DVDs (as some readers/ burner) can only read disks or can only write to CD and not DVD, you can use VSO Inspector to see what your drive is capable of:
    http://www.vso-software.fr/products/ins … p?afs=clob

    Now  new burners can read/ and or write to blu-ray disks!

    CopyToDVD, is software that lets you burn all sorts of things to DVD like Nero but will take up less space on your Harddrive:
    http://www.vso-software.fr/products/cop … p?afs=clob

    You can also check out ImgBurn
    http://www.imgburn.com/

  5. ayurveda profile image77
    ayurvedaposted 7 years ago

    Get a plane dvd, a dvd writer drive in your system, and a dvd buring soft ware like nero. Select create data dvd. And add files you need to burn to the window. then if you want to add files later, select multisession option in next tab and burn the dvd. Dvd will be ejected out after the completion of burning

  6. bellal profile image54
    bellalposted 6 years ago

    A DVD burner will solve your problem.  Recommond you the DVD Burner which I have used for burning dvd files. It's powerful and easy to use.
    http://blurayburner.blu-ray-softs.com/dvd-burner.htm

  7. profile image51
    Meilin Daiposted 5 years ago

    If you just want to save the contents on dvd, you can directly use your computer to burn dvd.But if you want to burn some dvds which can be played in dvd player, you just need a dvd burner.

    Here is a great guide for you.
    http://www.leawo.com/dvd-creator/

 
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