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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Burn a DVD-Video disc with Windows DVD Maker

Windows DVD Maker is a feature you can use to make DVDs that you can watch on a computer or on a TV using a regular DVD player. The quickest way to make a DVD is to add pictures and videos in Windows DVD Maker, and then burn your DVD. If you want to get creative, you can customize the DVD menu style and text before you burn the DVD.
Picture of a DVD player connected to a TVPlay your DVD on TV

1. Add and arrange videos and pictures

When making a DVD, you first need to add your videos and pictures. (If you add pictures, they'll play as a slide show on your DVD.) You can arrange your videos and slide show in Windows DVD Maker to change their order on your final DVD. After that, you can preview your DVD to see how it looks, customize it, or start to burn it.
Picture of videos and pictures added in Windows DVD MakerVideos and pictures added in Windows DVD Maker
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2. (Optional) Customize your DVD

Windows DVD Maker lets you customize your DVD menu and menu text so you can make the disc your own and give it the look you want. This includes changing the DVD menu style, menu text, and buttons for the DVD menu. And, if you added pictures to your DVD, you can customize how they play as a slide show on your DVD—and you can add music, too.
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3. Burn the DVD

After you've added and arranged the files (and customized your DVD if you chose to do that), you're ready to start burning your DVD.

To burn your DVD

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