How to Burn DVD from Download Movies Easily
With the development of the Internet, now there are many ways to free download movies from online, for instance, using Vuze, BiTorrent or other video downloaders. After downloading the movies to your computer, perhaps you want to burn downloaded movies to DVD disc so that you can view them on your home DVD player with family and friends, right? If it's the case, then now you're in the right place. In this article, you'll learn how to convert downloaded videos to DVD easily.
To burn your downloaded movies onto DVD discs, you need a DVD burner tool. Here Aimersoft Disc Burner Software is highly recommended to help you burn videos downloaded from any site like YouTube, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Metacafe, Vimeo, etc. in MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV, AVI, WMV, RMVB, etc. formats to DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-5, DVD-9, etc. discs. In addition, you can personalize your videos by trimming, cropping, adding watermarks and so on. If you're using a Mac, simply turn to Aimersoft DVD Authoring Software Mac, which allows you to burn DVD from downloaded videos on Mac OS X (Mountain Lion included). Now download the right version and check out the guide below.
Tips: To download movies from online, you can either use a peer to peer client like Vuze, uTorrent, etc.(For more popular P2P tools, please refer to http://www.aimersoft.com/torrent-movies/top-10-p2p-torrent-softwares.html), or find some sites that provide free movies that can be saved without any third party tools. You can also download online movies with some video downloading software like Aimersoft YouTube Downloader for Mac.
How to burn DVD from downloaded movies
Note that the guide below uses Aimersoft DVD Creator for Windows (Windows 8 compatible) screenshots. The way to burn video to DVD on Mac is the same. Just make sure you've downloaded the right version.
Install and launch Aimersoft DVD Creator. Then click Import to add the downloaded files from your computer for burning. When adding files, please pay attention to the green bar at the bottom that shows the video size to make sure your disc can hold the content.
2Edit videos and customize DVD menus (Optional)
On the "Video Edit" window, you can crop videos, trim videos, add text/image watermarks, adjust video effects, etc. according to your specific needs.
Then switch to Menu tab and select a DVD menu you like from the built-in free templates. You can then customize it with your favorite frames, buttons, photos, music, etc. If you don't want to use the DVD menu, simply select No Menu at the end of the template list.
When everything is ready, click Preview to see whether all goes well. If all is OK, then insert a writable DVD disc into your computer's DVD drive and go to Burn tab to start burning your downloaded videos to DVD.
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