How to burn MP4 to DVD?
MP4 is quite popular video format. If you have got .mp4 video files and want to watch it on your home DVD player, this guide will show your how to burn MP4 video to DVD so that you can play it on DVD player directly.
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Follow the below video guide to learn how to use this DVD maker:
Step 1: Import video files
Start the software from your desktop. Click the "Import" button to browse .mp4 video or image files from your computer, or you could just dragging files into the main interface of this tool.
Step 2. Editing tool (Optional)
If you want to edit image or video files before burning DVD, just click on the edit button.
For video editing, you can crop/ trim video, add watermarks, subtitles and adjust video effects.
For photo editing, you can rotate, add text, add transition effects, and add background music. You can also set the font, color, style, text size, as well as the view duration of each photo and transition. For background music, select your favorite song and trim it to seamless fit the rest of the show. Set audio fade in and fade out effects and adjust audio volume to achieve better audio effects.
Step 3. Design your own DVD menu
There are lot of free DVD menu templates, that will help you to make personalized DVD menus. Under each option there are many sub templates which you can select one for use. You can pick up one of templates and the DVD creating software will display the template preview for you on the right side. You can add background photo and background sound from your computer.
Step 4. Start making DVD
This is the last step. To make sure everything is ok, you may click "Preview" button to view your project.
Click "Burn" button to start DVD burning. Once the processing is finished, you have burned MP4 to DVD for playing on your home DVD player.