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Windows DVD Maker Won't Burn MOV? The Solution.

Want to use Windows DVD Maker to make DVDs from your MOV video files, say, video footages from your digital camera or QuickTime MOV movies? If you have tried to do this, you'll get an error message saying "The file is not a supported type." Yeah, Windows DVD Maker no longer supports MOV format. Well, what should you do if you want to burn MOV to DVD with Windows DVD Maker? The use of a reliable 3rd-party program can be solved.

For this purpose, Wondershare Video Converter is strongly recommended. It's capable of converting almost any video format to any popular video & audio format, device, application with Zero quality loss. You can use it to quickly and easily convert your MOV files to Windows DVD Maker supported formats like WMV, MPEG2 etc.

Another important reason why I strongly recommend this Windows DVD Maker MOV converter is it can let you directly burn DVDs from any MOV file with ease. If you could do without Windows DVD Maker, this program is the best alternative choice to make DVDs from your MOV files. Many free and cool DVD menu templates are provided, as well as all common editting tools like cropping, cutting, trimming, joining, rotating, adding background music, picture, watermark etc are contained. Just personalize or burn your DVDs in minutes.

This article includes two parts to respectively show you how to convert MOV for Windows DVD Maker and how to directly burn DVDs from MOV step by step.

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Part 1: How to Convert MOV to Windows DVD Maker

You have to convert MOV to a friendly format for Windows DVD Maker before you import them to the application. And you can learn how to do it easily by following the guide below step by step.

Step 1:Import MOV to this Windows DVD Maker converter

First, you need to import the MOV files you want to this video converter. To do it, you can either click the "Add Files" button in the "Convert" interface or directly drag the target MOV files to this app.

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Step 2:Choose WMV or MPEG 2 as the output format

WMV or MPEG 2 is the right video format that Windows DVD Maker can recognize. So, you can choose one of the two formats here. To do it, first, open its dropdown output format list in the "Output Format" pane, and then in the following output format window, you can select "WMV" or "MPEG 2" from the "Format">"Video" category.

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Step 3: Convert MOV to Windows DVD Maker

In the bottom-right side of this Windows DVD Maker MOV converter's current interface, you need to click the "Convert" button to start video conversion. When the conversion is finished a few minutes later, you can import the output files from the output folder to Windows DVD Maker for buring MOV with Windows DVD Maker.

Part 2: How to directly burn DVDs from MOV by using this app

You will find this app is a better program to make DVDs from your MOV files.

Step 1:Import MOV files to this app

Import your MOV files to this app in the same way above. But please note that you need to enter into the "Burn" interface, not the "Convert" interface before doing this.

Step 2:Customize a DVD menu or edit videos

To customize a DVD menu for your DVD, just hit the Change Template on the right side to choose one free DVD menu template and then add some of your favorite elements like background music, picture, text etc.

If you need to retouch your videos before you burn them into a DVD disc, just click the Edit button on the video file bar to open the editting window, where you can crop, rotate, cut videos, adjust some effect and more.

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Step 3:Start DVD burning

Insert a blank DVD5 or DVD9 disc, set Aspect Ration and select a TV standardand if need. Finally, click Burn at the bottom-right corner of the interface to let this app do the rest job. After that, just feel free to enjoy the written DVD disc on your DVD player.

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