How to Convert Kodak Video to DVD in Windows/Mac
Kodak has provided a lot of popular video cameras like Kodak EASYSHARE Camera, PLAYTOUCH Video Camera, PLAYSPORT Video Camera, PLAYFULL Video Camera, Mini Video Camera, etc. And perhaps you've recorded lots of family videos with your Kodak camera. Want to burn Kodak video to DVD for long-term storage or for playing on home DVD player/TV at will? If you're looking for the best way to convert Kodak camera video to DVD, here you will find the answer.
Since more Kodak cameras record video in MP4 and MOV format, to burn Kodak video files to DVD, you need to get a DVD burner that well supports MP4 and MOV. Here Aimersoft Best DVD Creator is strongly recommended as one of the best DVD burning programs to burn your Kodak camera videos to DVD for better preservation. In addition, it comes with a built-in video editor that allows you to edit your videos by trimming, cropping, adding watermarks, etc. to get the very part and effect you want. If you're using a Mac, turn to Aimersoft Mac DVD Creation Software, which lets you create DVD from Kodak videos on Mac OS X (including Mountain Lion).
How to burn Kodak camera video to DVD with ease
This guide uses DVD Creator for Windows screenshots. The way to burn DVD on Mac is the same. Just make sure you get the right version.
1Import video files
First, transfer your Kodak camera videos to computer through a USB cable. Then launch Aimersoft DVD maker program and click "Import" to add the videos you want to burn to the program. When importing files, pay attention to the green bar at the bottom that shows the size of added videos and make sure it doesn't exceed the capacity of your DVD disc. Note that you can also add some photos to make a photo DVD slideshow to preserve the sweet photo memories.
2Edit video and customize DVD menu (Optional)
Before burning, you can edit your videos by cropping, trimming, adjusting video effects, adding watermarks, etc. as the below picture shows.
Then click "Menu" to select a DVD menu from the built-in free DVD menu templates and customize it with your favorite frames, buttons, images, background music, etc. If you don't want to add a menu, you can select "No Menu" to skip the DVD menu.
Finally, insert a writable DVD disc into your computer's DVD drive and click "Burn" to set the burning parameters like TV standard, video quality, etc. and start to burn your Kodak video files to DVD. You can also save the files to ISO or DVD folder for burning later.