Have downloaded a lot of Flash FLV videos from websites and want to convert Flash to DVD for enjoyment on big screen? Consider it done here. You can learn how to convert Flash videos to DVD discs in this article. Here, you'll be provided with a professional Flash burner and a detailed guide. Its name is Wondershare DVD Creator (DVD Creator for Mac ). By using this smart Flash to DVD converter and following this guide step by step, you can create a professional-looking DVD disc from Flash videos in minutes.
Note: This app only supports Flash FLV format, not Flash SWF.
1 Import your Flash FLV videos to this great Flash to DVD burner
To load your local Flash video files, there are three ways you can use:
- Go to top-left corner of this window, you can hit the blue round button, and then there is a "Add Files..." option you can choose. Now, you have the chance to browse your computer and import your Flash files.
- By hitting the "+Import" button in this app's left pane, you'll also get the chance to browse the computer and import files.
- Find the target Flash files on your PC, and then directly drag them to this app's left pane.
Note: The video sequence in its left pane means the play order. Please make sure it is right. If you want to change the video sequence, you can do this job by hitting the "↑“ or "↓" option at the bottom. If need, you can also click the "Add title" button to add title.
Tips: (Optional) If there is some clip that you don't want, you can cut off it in this app's video editing window. And also, you can crop, rotate, add watermark and subtitle here. To do these, just click the Edit option on the video item bar you want.
2 Make a DVD menu for your DVD
Personalize your own DVD menu by adding some cool elements in the DVD menu template you've selected, say, thumbnail, background music, text, picture, etc. To select your favorite DVD menu template, you click the Menu tab at the top of this window to enter into its library. Note that if you hit the green down arrow button beside, you will visit our online resource library, where you can select from more DVD menu templates.
3 Burn Flash to DVD
After you preview the whole project and are content with the final effect, you just hit the "Burn" tab. At this time, insert a blank DVD5 or DVD9 disc, and then tick the "Burn to disc" option in the burning window. At last, click the "Burn" button to convert Flash to DVDs. When it's done, just eject this writen DVD disc for uses.
Note: This Flash to DVD burner has the ability to compress the whole project automatically when the size of the whole DVD project is more than the DVD storage capacity.