How to Burn eMule Movies to DVD
Although there are lots of websites where we can watch movies online, it just isn't the same comfortable as watching on a TV. Good news is that there is eMule which is such an application providing abundant movie resource and we can burn eMule movies to DVD without losing the video quality. Here we recommend a decent eMule to DVD Burner - Wondershare DVD Creator, for you to get it done with. If you want to convert eMule movies to DVD on a Mac running Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Lion etc., you can use Wondershare DVD Creator for Mac to achieve it. Just make sure you get the right version.
How to convert eMule movies to DVD step by step
The steps to convert eMule movies in Mac and PC are the same. Here we take Windows screenshots.
Step 1. Load eMule movies and edit them
Click "Import" to add the eMule movies you need into the DVD Creator. Drag and drop the videos to organize the video sequence. During the process, you can customize your videos by cropping, trimming, rotating, etc. Now you can also import photos to this program to make a photo DVD slideshow. Or to combine photos and videos together for better DVD making.
Step 2. Select a DVD menu for your DVD authoring
There are 40 free DVD menu templates for you to choose. You can select one and customize the DVD menu thumbnails, background images, buttons, etc. as you like. No menu is also supported. If you skip the DVD menu, the DVD Creator will apply one for you randomly.
Step 3. Preview and burn eMule movies to DVD
You can preview the result of the editing in the Preview tab. When you are satisfied with your work, go to "Burn" tab and click the "Burn" button to start burning.
With professional Wondershare DVD Burner, you will find it pretty easy to convert emule movies to dvd so that you can enjoy a quality time watching movies with your family at home.
Note: Burning most downloaded movies will violate copyright laws unless the film is in the public domain, such as the film noir classic "D.O.A" (1950) or the Frank Capra drama "Meet John Doe" (1941). Make sure that you are not violating a copyright when you copy any movie you download to DVD.
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