How to Burn VLC Videos to DVDs
The VLC player is a famous open-source media player that is capable of playing a number of video formats, such as AVI, WMV, MOV, DivX, MP4 and so on. It can also play CDs, DVDs, web streams, etc. If you have a lot of VLC video files and want to convert VLC to DVDs for playback on a DVD player or a big screen TV, you can get the solution here.
Considering your VLC media files may be in a variety of video formats, the DVD buring program you need must be able to support a wide range of media formats. For this, Wondershare DVD Creator (DVD Creator for Mac ) can satisfy you very well. This great VLC to DVD converter enables you to handle almost any media format like MP4, AVI, WMV, FLV, M4V, MOV, MKV, ASF, M2TS, MTS, MPG, VOB and tons of others. And with provided dozens of free DVD templates and lots of amazing video editting tools like cropping, trimming, rotating, adding various effects etc, you can quickly and easily create a high-quality and professional-looking DVD in this app.
Next, I'll show you how this smart VLC to DVD burner works.
1 Import your VLC videos
Run this VLC to DVD burner, and then you can either hit the blue round button on the top-left corner and then choose Add Files option to import your VLC videos or directly click the “Import” button on the interface to do it. Alternatively, you can directly drag the VLC videos you want to this app.
After these imported videos are listed on the left side, you make sure they are arranged in the playback order, or just click the "↑“ or "↓" option at the bottom to rearrange them. Also, you can click the "Add title" button at the bottom-left corner of the interface to add one or more titles.
2 Edit VLC videos (optional) and make a DVD menu
If you want to enhance the visual effect by editting videos, you can click the Edit button to launch a handy video editor. In the editting panel, you can choose to edit your videos by cropping, trimming, rotating, adding subtitle, watermark and more.
Next, you need to make a DVD menu for your DVD. Just go to the Menu tab on the top of this app's window, select your favorite DVD menu template on the right side of the pop-up window, and then customize your own DVD menu to your liking. (Note that you can add thumbnail, text, background or background music etc.) If you want to choose from more free menu templates, just click the green down arrow button to navigate to the online resource library.
3 Preview effect and burn VLC to DVD
In order to make sure the final effect, you'd better preview the whole project in real time. Hit the "Preview" tab to do this job there. When you're satisfied with it, you just insert a blank DVD disc to your DVD drive to burn a DVD from VLC videos.
Go to the "Burn" tab at the top, and then choose the "Burn to disc" option. Finally, click the Burn button. Now, you can see this app is starting to burn your VLC videos. And you'll get a portable DVD disc a while later.
Note: If your DVD project is larger than 4.7G and you have no DVD9 but a DVD5, you can insert a DVD5 disc instead because this app will compress it automatically.