Burn Video to DVD That Play on Any DVD Player

Burn Video to DVD That Play on Any DVD Player

This tutorial will show you step by step how to burn video to DVD that will play on any DVD player – in a few different ways using free and paid software.

You can burn all kinds of video files, such as MP4, AVI, WMV, MOV, FLV, and MKV files to a playable Video DVD.

You will also find instructions for adding srt subtitles to your DVD.

You can also burn multiple videos to one DVD, but the amount of video files that can be burned to a single DVD depends on the file size of your videos and the capacity of your DVD.

Contents

Burning video files to a playable video DVD using free and paid ($) software:

Windows:
ConvertXtoDVD ★ ($) (easy and fast way)
DVD Flick
WinX DVD Author
Windows and macOS:
Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate ($)
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DVD players and video formats
There are many video formats, such as MP4, AVI, WMV, MOV, FLV, MKV, and other formats.

Many modern DVD players support most of these video formats.

But:

There are also many DVD players that only support one video format.

Which video format can be played on a DVD player?
The MPEG-2 video format is supported in all DVD players.

How to burn any video file to a playable video DVD using ConvertXtoDVD
ConvertXtoDVD is a program for converting and burning video files to video DVDs that will play on any DVD player.

It’s easy to use and has some great features to get a fully working DVD in no time.

Highlights:

Converts videos to a playable DVD that will play on any DVD player
Burns automatically to DVD after video conversion
Good quality and fast video conversion
Edit and customize videos
Create custom DVD menus
If you want more information about ConvertXtoDVD, then click here.

(You can also download it and try it for free for 7 days)

Note: You can also burn multiple videos to one DVD, but the amount of video files that can be burned to a single DVD depends on the file size of your videos and the capacity of your DVD.

1. Insert a blank DVD into the DVD burner drive of your PC.

2. Open ConvertXtoDVD.

3. Click on the (+) button.

4. Go to the location on your computer where the video file(s) is stored you want to burn to DVD.

5. Select the video file(s) and click on Open.

Your video file(s) will now be loaded.

6. If you want to add subtitles to your DVD, then click on the subtitle button (chat balloon icon) located below the preview player.

 

If you don’t see the subtitle button, then click on the video.

It’s possible that the subtitle file has already been added in ConvertXtoDVD. If not, then click on the + (subtitle and +) icon, select your subtitle file (.srt) and click on Open.

7. If you want to edit the video (trim, cut, crop, adjust audio volume, etc.), then click on one of the buttons located below the preview player and edit your video.

 

8. If you want to edit the DVD menu, then click on the Edit Menu button, edit your menu and click on OK (bottom right).

9. If you want to change the DVD format (NTSC or PAL), then click on Default Settings (located in the top menu), choose Output format from the drop-down menu and then select the DVD format and click on OK. NTSC or PAL depends on the region where you live.

10. If everything’s set the way you want, then click on the Convert button located at the bottom.

ConvertXtoDVD will now convert and burn your video file to a playable DVD. This may take a while. The amount of time it takes depends on your computer’s hardware and the size of the video file.

How to burn any video file to a playable video DVD using DVD Flick
DVD Flick is free and open source DVD authoring software which allows you to easily convert and burn any video file type to a playable video DVD that will play on any DVD player.

You can download DVD Flick here.

Note: You can also burn multiple videos to one DVD, but the amount of video files that can be burned to a single DVD depends on the file size of your videos and the capacity of your DVD.

1. Insert a blank DVD into the DVD burner drive of your PC.

2. Open DVD Flick.

3. Click on Add title located on the right side.

4. Go to the location on your PC where the video file(s) is stored you want to burn to DVD.

5. Select the video file(s) and click on Open.

Your video file(s) will now be loaded.

6. Click on Project settings located in the top menu.

Here you can change settings from basically every aspect of the DVD including audio, video, playback, burning, and general settings.

Most settings are set good enough.

But:

There are some settings you might want to change, like:

General:
Title here you can enter a title for your DVD
Video:
Target format here you can select a DVD format. Choose between PAL or NTSC (depends on the region where you live). Click on the ? button for more information.
Burning:
Check “Burn project to disc” to burn directly to DVD after conversion
Disc label here you can enter a label name for your DVD
Drive make sure that the DVD-burner of your computer is selected
Speed here you can choose the burning speed (how fast your DVD will be burned). The top speed depends on your DVD burner and DVD.
Click on Accept to save the settings.

7. If you want to add subtitles to your DVD, click on Edit title located at the right and then click on Subtitle tracks.

The subtitle file might already be loaded in DVD Flick. If not, then click on Add, select the srt subtitle file (stored on your computer), click on Open and when the subtitle file is added, you click on Accept.

8. If you want to add a menu to your DVD, then click on Menu settings located in the top menu.

Here you will have the following options:

On the left side, you can select a theme for your DVD menu
Auto-play menu (if you want your DVD to start playing automatically)
Show subtitle menu first
Show audio menu first
Click on Accept to save the settings.

9. If everything’s set the way you want, then click on Create DVD located in the top menu.

DVD Flick will now convert and burn your video file to a playable DVD. This may take a while. The amount of time it takes depends on your computer’s hardware and the size of the video file.

How to burn any video file to a playable video DVD using WinX DVD Author
WinX DVD Author is free DVD author software which allows you to easily convert and burn any video file type to a playable video DVD that will play on any DVD player.

You can download WinX DVD Author here.

Note: You can also burn multiple videos to one DVD, but the amount of video files that can be burned to a single DVD depends on the file size of your videos and the capacity of your DVD.

Note! if you want to add srt subtitles to your DVD, then make sure that the .srt subtitle file(s) is in the same folder as your video file and has exactly the same file name as the video file.

Example:

Movie.mp4
Movie.srt
1. Insert a blank DVD into the DVD burner drive of your PC.

2. Open WinX DVD Author.

3. Click on Video DVD Author.

4. Click on the (+) button located at the bottom left.

5. Go to the location on your PC where the video file(s) is stored you want to burn to DVD.

6. Select the video file(s) and click on Open.

Your video file(s) will now be loaded.

7. If you placed subtitles in the same folder as your video, then they should be included automatically.

If you see a blue light with the text SRT next to your video file, then the subtitle file(s) is included.

 

If the subtitle file(s) is not included, then click on Subtitle located next to your video file, click on the ( + ) button, select your subtitle file, click on Open and then click on the () (check mark) button to save.

8. If you don’t want to add a DVD menu, then uncheck the box located next to Create DVD Menu.

9. Click on the (>>) button to go to the next step.

10. If you chose to include a DVD menu, then you can style it now (theme, audio, buttons, etc.) and then click on the (>>) button to go to the next step.

11. Now you will have the following options:

DVD Burner
Device Name: here you must make sure that the DVD-writer of your PC is selected
Write Speed: here you can choose the burning speed (how fast your DVD will be burned). The top speed depends on your DVD-writer
Disc Volume: here you can enter a label name for your DVD
Output Property
Output Folder: here you can choose the location on your computer where WinX DVD Author will save your converted video file (don’t worry, after the conversion it will be burned to DVD)
Output Format: here you can select a DVD format. Choose between PAL or NTSC (depends on the region where you live).
Encoder Engine: here you can choose the quality
12. Click on the Start button.

WinX DVD Author will now convert and burn your video file to a playable DVD. This may take a while. The amount of time it takes depends on your computer’s hardware and the size of the video file.

How to burn any video file to a playable video DVD using Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate
Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate is a well-known video converter which allows you to easily convert your videos to all kinds of video formats.

And:

With Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate you can also convert and burn your video(s) to a playable Video DVD that will play on any DVD player.

You can find Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate here.

1. Insert a blank DVD into the DVD burner drive of your PC.

2. Open Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate.

3. Click on Burn located in the top menu.

4. Click on the Add Files button.

5. Go to the location on your computer where the video file(s) is stored you want to burn to DVD.

6. Select the video file(s) and click on Open.

7. If you want to add subtitles to your DVD, then click on the T None button located at your video.

Now you will have the following two options:

Select the subtitle track from the drop-down list
Click on Add Subtitle from the drop-down list, go to the location on your PC where the subtitle file is stored, select the subtitle (SRT) file and click on Open.
8. At Burn Settings located at the right sidebar, you will have the following settings:

Change Template: here you can select a theme for the start screen of your DVD
DVD Label: here you can enter the name for your DVD
Burn to: here you can choose if you want to burn straight to DVD or to a DVD folder (like VIDEO_TS) or to a ISO file
Quality: high, standard or fit to disc
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 or 4:3
More: here you can select a video standard (NTSC or PAL)
9. Click on the Burn button located at the bottom right.

Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate will now convert and burn your video file to a playable DVD. This may take a while. The amount of time it takes depends on your computer’s hardware and the size of the video file.

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