Hulu, known as the king of Internet streaming television in the U.S, has revolutionized the online video service which provides a better viewing experience. Speaking of viewing experience, have you ever imagined to watch Hulu TV shows and movies on TV? Consumers can now watch Hulu on their TVs, according to Popular Science's Dec. 2009 Top 100 Innovations of the Year issue, by downloading MediaMall Technologies' PlayOn software to their PC which works with their networked Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 or DLNA-compatible device connected to their TV. There is another option which not only allows you to watch Hulu materials on television, but also allows you to backup your favorite Hulu shows- to burn Hulu to DVD. This tutorial will show you the easiest step-by-step guide on how to burn or convert Hulu movies to DVD disc. Check it out.
To convert and burn Hulu movies to DVD, the best DVD burning software is highly recommended. It supports all kinds of video formats, including HD videos. Keep reading to learn how and burn Hulu to a DVD disc. The following guide also fit for burning DVD off Ares, LimeWire, BitTorrent, Rapidshare, TiVo, BitComet, FrostWire, eMule, uTorrent, etc.
Click the "Import" button. Import your Hulu movies into the program, then there will be thumbnails displayed on the left interface. The right interface allows you to view the loaded Hulu video file.
Select a video file on the source pane and click on "Edit" to crop, trim, or adjust video effects. Also, you can set some transition effects to your videos. There will be more than 70 transition effects for you.
When you finished editing, here comes the burning. Click on "Burn" tab, select aspect ratio, TV standard, etc. And select the output options as DVD disc. After everything is ready, click on "Start" button to convert Hulu movies to DVD.
Replay Video Capture is the fastest on-screen streaming video capture and video recorder ever made to capture Hulu TV shows and Hulu movies.
The first time you run Replay Video Capture, you'll need to make sure you can record audio and video properly. To start, you'll be asked how audio is to be recorded. Next, you'll see the Audio test screen to set Audio Source and Input. Replay Video Capture will make its best guess as to what the audio settings should be, but you can override them if you like. Once the Audio Source and Input are selected, click Test to ensure you can record audio. After a few seconds, if the test is successful, click OK to save the audio settings.
The Settings dialog will appear next. Click the Recommended Settings button to pick a configuration that most resembles your system and recording needs.
First, you need to mark a region of the screen to record as a video, and then you can start or stop recording. Use the Get Window option to locate the video window (or mark it manually), then click Record to start.
You have just captured your favorite Hulu movies. Also, you have learned how to burn Hulu to DVD. Give it a try and enjoy.
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