How to Burn iTunes Movies to DVD in Mac/Win (Windows 8 included)
iTunes is the best way to fill up your iPod and iPhone with the latest and greatest music, movies, apps, etc. Lately though, many people think about to burn iTunes files so they can play iTunes movies or music on TV and DVD not just on Apple TV, iPod, or iPhone. Besides, burning iTunes to DVD is also a good way to backup your media files from scratch.
This tutorial will show you how to burn iTunes movies to DVD with an all-in-one DVD burner tool - Wondershare Video Converter (Windows 8 supported), which helps you convert iTunes to DVD quickly and easily.
1 Add Your iTunes Movies
Click the "Add Files" button on the top left to browse from your computer to add the video files you want to burn. You can also drag and drop videos to the resource pane to load videos for burning. After loading video, you can click the edit button to crop, rotate, add watermarks, etc. as you like. Below is where you can find your iTunes movies by default in Windows and Mac.
- Mac OS X: /Users/username/Music/iTunes/
- Windows 8: C:UsersusernameMy MusiciTunes
- Windows 7: C:UsersusernameMy MusiciTunes
- Windows Vista: C:UsersusernameMusiciTunes
- Windows XP: C:Documents and SettingsusernameMy DocumentsMy MusiciTunes
2 Customize your DVD menu (Optional)
Click "Change Template" button on the right side to open the iTunes to DVD burning wizard. The first step is to choose your favorite DVD menu, or set special background music and picture. DVD without menu is also supported. Just select No Menu template and click "Ok" button.
3 Start to burn iTunes movies to DVD
Now turn to the last step before burning the iTunes DVD movie. Here you are able to convert your videos to DVD disc, DVD folder or ISO file. When all has finished, click "Burn" button at the bottom to burn iTunes movies to DVD. Video Converter is highly efficient and will complete the burning automatically very soon.
Tips: Video Converter also helps you to convert video and audios, convert dvd to your devices, and play virtually any media files in Windows (Windows 8 supported).
Below is a detailed video tutorial: