Since there are so many
different DVD burning software packages out there, we are not going to go into
specific detail about each one. Instead we'll create a list of the basic steps
to follow with any DVD recording software in order to create your video
Step 1: Create a new
Step 2: In the window where
you select which files to burn to your DVD, highlight all the .IFO, .VOB and
.BUP files and place them in the VIDEO_TS directory of the DVD.
Step 3: Burn the DVD. If
necessary, specify no multi-session. Enjoy your movie.
As I'm sure you've realized,
using commercial DVD creation products is easier and more flexible, but there is
something quite satisfying about creating a DVD yourself from scratch. With DVD
blanks being so cheap now, you can afford to try out both methods and see which
works better for your home videos.
We hope that you have enjoyed
converting your video clips into DVDs with one or more of these methods, and
maybe learned a little bit in the process. Check out the rest of
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