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Panasonic DVD Burner: How to Burn Panasonic Video to DVD

Want to burn Panasonic camera recordings to DVD but can’t find a suitable DVD burner? Here, I humbly recommend Wondershare DVD Creator. It will be a great helper to convert your Panasonic videos in all camera models to DVDs with excellent quality and ultra fast speed. Hence, you can preserve them for a long time to come and watch them on any regular DVD players with your family or friends.

After you choose it, you’ll find it’s actually so easy to create DVD format and DVD disc from your Panasonic videos. And making personalized DVD menus, tasteful fades, interesting watermark is not a difficult thing. If you also want to add some photos to create a slideshow, it couldn’t be easier with this professional DVD burning software. Just have a try! Download the program and follow the guide blow. If you’re a Mac user, please adopt Wondershare DVD Creator for Mac to burn Panasonic recordings to DVD in Mac OS X (Mountain Lion included). The steps are the same, just make sure you get the right version.

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1 Load Panasonic source videos

As an efficient and easy to use Panasonic burner, you'll find it extremely friendly to use, even from the first step. You can add Panasonic video clips and photos directly to the program by drag-n-drop. Alternatively, click "+" button to navigate your file foder and import them.

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Tips: If you want to organize different style clips into individual sections, you can create more titles by clicking the "Add titles" button. After that, drag your desired clip into the new title.

2 Edit Panasonic files (optional)

Another feature of this Panasonic DVD burner is that it provides convenient editing functions which enables you to touch up output DVD video conveniently. Highlight a clip and click the pencil icon, you'll come to the edit window. Here, almost all common edits are handy, including rotating, trimming, cropping, adjust video effect, adding watermark or subtitles.

For the photo slideshow files, you can adjust the text, transition, background music in the slideshow edit window. Note: all the adjustments can be judged in the real-time preview window.

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3 Start Panasonic DVD burning

Now it's time to export your Panasonic videos to DVD. Click the "Burn" tab to access the burn window, and then set the burning drive, TV standard, etc. After that, insert a DVD-R or DVD+R disc and hit Burn to let this Panasonic DVD burner take care of the rest.

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Tips for burning Panasonic video DVD:

  1. Before you burn Panasonic video to DVD, you have to transfer your recorded footages to computer first. If you have problem about that, please refer to this article: How to Transfer Videos from Camcorder to Computer.
  2. This Panasonic DVD burning software will automatically add its default DVD menu to create your DVD disc. To make it more personlized, you can also pick up your favourite one from over 50 template styles and further customize it. Surely, " No menu" is also available to apply.
  3. To make sure the output DVD disc plays perfect on your DVD player, it's better to select a DVD disk that configured to your DVD player. However, it's also advisable to just choose a normal DVD-R, because it's highly compatible with most regular DVD players available today.

That's it! Try this Panasonic DVD burner to create your home DVD now!

Also, you can refer to a video tutorial:

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Jody Raines
Good info, then it would be easier to burn my panasonic recordings to dvd, i didn’t notice it before that.