BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer program that enables you to search for and download torrent files using a built-in search box in the main window. It has won great popularity since its launch. You may often download movies from BitTorrent and want to convert bittorrent movies to dvd to watch them on a DVD player or TV. Here we recommend a BitTorrent to DVD Burner - Wondershare DVD Creator, to help you make it seamlessly. If you are using a Mac computer, you can use Wondershare DVD Creator for Mac to help you convert BitTorrent movies to DVD in Mac (Mountain Lion, Lion included). Steps to burn BitTorrent movies to DVD in Mac and Windows are the same. Here we use the DVD Creator Win screenshots.
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How to convert and burn BitTorrent to DVD step by step
Step 1. Add BitTorrent movies
Click 'Import' to add the BitTorrent movies you want to burn into the DVD Creator. The main interface of the DVD burner is as below.
Step 2. Select and customize a DVD menu
Choose from the built-in free DVD menu templates to make your DVD look more professional. You can also customize the DVD menu thumbnails, background images, buttons, etc. to your wish.
Step 3. Preview and burn BitTorrent movies to DVD
Preview to make sure the result is as your have expected. If it is OK, click 'Burn' button in the 'Burn' tab to start to burn BitTorrent movies to DVD.
With professional Wondershare DVD Creator, you will find it pretty easy to convert bittorrent movies to dvd so that you can enjoy watching movies with your family at home.
More features about BitTorrent to DVD burner:
- Supported formats: Virtually all video formats are supported, including WMV, MOV, AVI, MKV, MTS, FLV, and more. You can also import photos to create DVD slideshows with transitions, music, etc.
- Provided that you may need to edit your BitTorrent files before burning, this program also provides easy to use editing tool to touch up your videos instantly. Rotating, cropping, trimming, adding subtitles or watermarks are all included. To access the edit window, just click the pencil icon besides each video title.
Watch the following step-by-step video tutorial: