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How to Record and Burn Netflix Movies to DVD

As a Netflix subscriber you can have access to lots of movies on Netflix Instant. However, most movies only stream a certain time period.  In this case, you may want to download the movies to your hard drive for watching later or burn the movies to DVD for preservation. In this article, you will learn how to save and burn Netflix Instant Watch movies to DVD disc with ease.

To convert Netflix movies to DVD, there are two steps: First, you need to save the movies to your hard drive. However, it's almost impossible to download the Netflix Instant Watch movies because Netflix has applied a unique process to prevent the videos from being downloaded with web browser or other downloading programs. Fortunately, there is still a way to get the movies - record the videos with a screen recorder. Second, burn the saved videos with a DVD burning software.

All can be done with Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate, an all-in-one video recorder and DVD burner that can help you capture and record Netflix streaming videos and burn them to DVD disc easily and fast. Now get the program and check out the steps to burn Netflix streaming videos to DVD.

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How to capture and burn Netflix movies to DVD

1Record Netflix movies

To record Netflix videos, click Start > All Programs > Aimersoft > Video Converter Ultimate and launch Aimersoft Video Recorder. Then you will see the below message:

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Play the video you want to record and wait for the recording to be done. When your recording is finished, the recorded files will be added to the source pane automatically.

2Burn Netflix movies to DVD

Now click Burn tab and add the recorded Netflix files to the program by clicking Add Files.

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You can then choose a DVD menu template for your DVD and customize it with your favorite images, music, buttons, etc. Next you will be able to adjust the technical aspects of your DVD. When all the settings are OK, insert the DVD disc and choose "DVD Disc" from "Burn to" and click the "Burn" button at the bottom to starting burning Netflix videos to DVD disc.

Below is a video tutorial on how to record and burn Netflix movies to DVD:

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About Netflix

Netflix offers streaming media and on-demand video services. Although an American provider, the service is available to other countries such as Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, the Caribbean, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland. The company is founded in 1997 and to this day, they have a total subscriber count of more than 33 million.

Netflix offers internet video streaming services and movie rentals. The company also keeps its own original programming, along with a range of movie and TV libraries. Netflix can offer pay-TV deals through their partnership with small and big movie studios. Netflix features titles from DreamWorks, Walt Disney, Open Road Films, The Weinstien Company, and FilmDistrict, among others.

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You can change the bit rate and frame rate to fix this problem.
disqus_ZbKD8ptFDB
You can view the video in full screen before recording.
vickidaviswilson
I noticed this only records in a little window...so the whole picture doesn't show. What do I do about that?
Steve
I just recorded a film from netflix but rather than being about 2hours long the file shows it as about 23mins and the film runs through at faster than normal speed, any idea what I can do or have done?
Gambon Corner
The program isn't illegal. Using it for this purpose is. To say the software is illegal is like saying Fraps (screen capture and recording for games), which can do films as well, and a plethora of other programs is also illegal. Why not add, that using a DVD recorder to record a movie off TV is illegal too, because those are the waters you're treading in.
IndieFilm
You do realize that this software is entirely illegal, right? If anyone is any doubt, please feel free to email Netflix about it.
Elliot_Carter
Yes. The recorded videos can be transferred to external HDD.
michael
Hi. Can you choose to record to an external HDD? Thanks.
disqus_ZbKD8ptFDB
If you are sure that the files are recorded successfully, usually there will pop-up a file folder (named Download) on the computer desktop, and the recorded files can be found in there.
JO
Hi, I installed Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate, including the plug-in, and recorded from Netflix fine with the Aimersoft Video Recorder. However, I cannot find the file now that I launched Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate. It was not added automatically to the source pane. Does AVCU need to be running while AVC is running to have the video added there? I can't find the recorded file.
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