How to Burn JVC Everio videos to DVD
JVC Everio series cameras capture videos in TOD or MOD format. These recorded videos can be exported to computer to edit, share or even burn to DVDs. And many people choose to burn JVC Everio videos to DVDs, for it is a great way to keep sweet memories forever or share happy moments with your family and friends. If you have a load of videos shot with your JVC Everio camera and want to burn a DVD, you need a professional tool to help you create a professional-looking DVD.
Wondershare DVD Creator (DVD Creator for Mac ) is delicated to help you make a professional-looking DVD. And most importantly, to create such a professional-looking DVD, this app lets you do it only with three simple steps. A lot of free and gorgeous DVD menu templates are provided, and all basic and some special video editing features like cropping, trimming, rotating, watermarking etc are available. So, just with a few clicks, you can quickly create a cool DVD disc from these wonderful JVC Everio videos of your daily life. Then, you can play it on any DVD player or TV.
1 Import your JVC Everio videos
To begin with, plug the JVC Everio camcorder into your computer to export all JVC Everio videos you want. And then, launch this app and import these videos by clicking the “Import” button on the left side. Alternatively, you directly open your local JVC Everio videos and find your favorite videos, and then drag and drop them to this app's left pane. After that, you can see all videos displayed as thumbnails on the left side.
If you want to change the play order, just directly drag the video title to any place you want, or click the video title and then hit the "↑“ or "↓" option at the bottom. To add more titles to organize videos, at the bottom-left corner of the interface, you can hit the "Add title" button.
2 Edit JVC Everio videos and Create a DVD menu (optional)
Highlight the video title you want to edit on the left side, and click the pen icon beside. If you want to crop video, you can drag the dashed rectangle on the left editing window to select the screen area you want and see the real-time effect on the right window. To cut unsatisfied video clip, you can click the Trim tab to do it there. Besides these, you can also rotate video, adjust brightness, contrast, and add subtitle, watermark etc.
Click the Menu tab on the top of this app's window to select one DVD menu template, and then customize thumbnail, text, background music etc just according to your liking. To choose from more free menu templates, you can click the green down arrow button.
When eveything is done, click the "Preview" tab at the top to preview the editing effect. If there is something you're not satisfied with, just go back to re-edit it.
3 Burn JVC Everio videos to DVD
Do you notice there is a gree bar at the bottom of this app's main interface? It mainly shows you the size of all added videos. According to the file size displayed, you can decide to insert a DVD5 or DVD9 disc. After inserting a blank DVD disc, you just click the "Burn" tab at the top. Tickk "Burn to disc" and click the "Burn" button to start JVC Everio videos to DVDs. A few minitues later, a writen DVD disc will be eject automatically.
Tips: If you don't have a DVD9 disc but your DVD project is larger than 4.7G, just insert a D5 disc, the program will compress it automatically.