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Wondershare Video to DVD Burner User Guide

The following is Wondershare Video to DVD Burner user guide that will show you how to burn any videos to DVD for watching on a home DVD player.

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Step one. Install and start Wondershare Video to DVD Burner

Once you havd downloaded this software, you need to install then start it. You'll see the user interface as below:
Wondershare Video to DVD Burner

Step two. Load video clips

Press the button load-video-button. You will see thumbnails shown about the left interface. The right interface lets you see the loaded video file while editing. Drag and drop the loaded video clips to the storyboard underneath to produce a slideshow.
Load video clips

Step three. Edit videos

The plug-in video editor enables you to edit videos quickly. Pick a video file within the storyboard and click on "Edit" button to crop, trim, add watermark, plug in subtitles or adjust video effects, based on your particular request in a few minutes.

Edit videos

Step four. Set transition effects

For any better visual effect, you might want to set some transition effects for your slideshow. Just click Transition tab there could be more than 60 transition effects displayed about the left interface. The best interface displays the result from the transitions when randomly clicking some of those. To put it simply the chosen transition effect between any two videos about the storyboard to use it. Or click "Apply" to use the effects.

video special effects

Step five. Create the DVD menu and Preview

You're also allowed to edit the DVD menu from 32 beautifully presented templates. When you're completed with all of the settings, you might click on the "Preview" button to preview the result

Step six. Burn videos to DVD

Click "Burn" button to burn videos to DVD. Before that, you might set your output options: DVD disc, DVD folder, or ISO file. Also, please set the aspect ratio, etc.

Burn videos to DVD

TV Standard: "NTSC" is 30 fps, which is often used in USA, Canada and Japan; "PAL" is 25fps, which is often used in Asia and europe.

Tips: The area left for that disc is shown about the disc space bar below the storyboard; You are able to choose the size of burning DVD between "DVD-R4.5G" and "DVD-R9.0G"; The output quality can also be as much as your decision, you might choose "Low video quality", "High video quality" or "Highest video quality". In addition, you can burn video to DVD directly by jumping from the 2nd step to the last if you do not want to edit videos or personalize your DVD menu.