How to Convert and Burn iTunes Movies to DVD
iTunes is a great program for managing media files on both Mac and PC. Perhaps you have tons of videos in your iTunes library and want to burn iTunes movies to DVD so that you can watch them on your home DVD player or TV. Is it possible to burn a DVD from iTunes videos? What's the best way to burn movies from iTunes? You'll find all the solutions here. Here two programs are recommended to copy iTunes movies to DVD with customized DVD menus.
Part 1. How to burn iTunes video to DVD with the Ultimate Converter
The first recommended program to convert videos from iTunes to DVD is Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate (Video Converter Ultimate for Mac). With it, you can easily burn iTunes movies, TV shows, music videos, films, podcasts, etc. to DVD disc in just a few mouse clicks in Windows 8/7/XP/Vista and Mac (Mountain Lion). Moreover, it also serves as a great DVD ripper, video converter, video downloader, etc., allowing you to enjoy more of the digital world. Get it and enjoy your iTunes videos on DVD player or TV with ease!
Download iTunes DVD Burner:
The interface of Video Converter Ultimate is as below and you can finish the burning in the following easy steps.
1. Install and run the program. Then go to Burn tab and click Add Files to import iTunes movies to the program for burning. You can also directly locate and drag iTunes file to the program from your computer's hard drive. (The videos can be found at /Users/username/Music/iTunes/.)
2. You can then choose a DVD menu template and customize it with your favorite pictures, background music, etc. to make it unique. Meanwhile, select the DVD parameters like aspect ratio, DVD region, video quality and more.
3. When all settings are done, insert a blank writable DVD disc into your computer's DVD drive and click Burn to start burning a DVD from your iTunes media files.
Here is the video tutorial on burning movies from iTunes to DVD with Video Converter Ultimate.
As we know, there are 2 kinds of iTunes movies: Protected and Unprotected (Videos, movie, TV shows, etc. purchase from iTunes Store are usually protected M4V files). For unprotected iTunes videos, it's easily to burn them onto DVD discs with regular DVD burners. However, for protected iTunes M4V movies, you can't burn them to DVD unless you remove the DRM protection first.
Note: Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate for Windows can help you burn both protected and unprotected iTunes video to DVD while the Mac version can only create DVDs from unprotected iTunes files.
Part 2. How to copy iTunes video to DVD with an easy DVD creator
For DRM-free iTunes MP4, MOV and M4V files, it's easy to get them onto a DVD disc with a DVD burning program. Movie DVD Maker is one of the best iTunes burners that enable you to burn DRM-free iTunes movies to DVD for playback on any standard DVD players or TV. In addition, it can burn almost any other regular video formats to DVD, including AVI, WMV, MPEG, VOB, MTS, etc. If you are using a Mac, just get the equivalent Mac version called Aimersoft DVD Creator for Mac to burn movies from iTunes to DVD on Mac OS X (Mountain Lion included).
Download iTunes to DVD Converter:
1Add iTunes movies
Click "Import" to add your iTunes movies and videos to the program and insert a blank DVD disc to your computer's hard drive. You can preview the load video files in the right preview window and take snapshots of your favorite video scenes.
Tips: You can also edit the video and custom the DVD menu before burning. For video editing, you can click the edit button beside each video clip to open the Vide Edit window, where you can perform the editing. For the DVD menu customization, just switch to the Menu tab, select the preferred DVD menu template and customize the thumbnails, buttons, background image, background music, etc.
2Burn iTunes videos to DVD
Finally, click Preview to make sure all settings are well done and click Burn tab > choose the burning settings > click Start to burn your added iTunes video files to DVD (regular DVD discs like DVD-5, DVD-9, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL and DVD-R DL are supported). Or just save the movie as DVD folders/ISO files for burning later.