Friday, August 28, 2009

Burn Vuze video to DVD

There are many torrent clients online today. BVuze, also known as Azureus, can be used to downloaded movies, videos, and music or be used as a bittorrent client like Utorrent to download torrent files. Therefore, there could be many different formats of the downloaded Vuze movies like AVI(or DVDRip), MKV, RMVB, MP4, etc. If you would like to convert downloaded movies from Vuze to DVD, it's important to get a Video to DVD Burner which supports those popular video formats. Below we show you simple steps of burning downloaded Vuze movies to DVD using Wondershare Video to DVD Burner.

Burn Vuze Movies to DVD Format

Step 1: Free download Wondershare Video to DVD Burner and install it.
Meanwhile, you can insert DVD-R (DVD+R, DVD+RW or DVD-RW) into DVD optical drive-DVD burner.

Note: The DVD-ROM should have writing and recording functions.

Step 2: Add videos or movies downloaded from Vuze
Click "Load Video" to browse your computer and find the downloaded Vuze movies which you want to convert, then add the Vuze movies from your hard drive to the program. Then they will appear in the collections pane.

Burn Vuze Movies to DVD Format

Step 3: Drag and drop Vuze movies to slideshow storyboard

Drag and drop loaded Vuze movies to slideshow storyboard, even you have just one video file to burn. If you just want to burn one video or movie to DVD, select it in the storyboard, then click "Burn" tab.
Jump to Step 7: Start burning video to DVD

Burn Vuze Movies to DVD Format

But if you want to convert multiple video clips or movie files together to one DVD disc, making a video slideshow would be a good choice for you!

Step 4: Combine multiple Vuze movies to a slideshow

After you have dragged and dropped Vuze movies to the slideshow storyboard, you can begin to organize a slideshow.

Burn Vuze Movies to DVD Format

Order: You can sort the order of the videos in the storyboard by dragging and dropping.

Add a slide: right click mouse and select the first option "Add Slideshow" to add a slide. Then you can add other Vuze movies to this slide. There are two other options: "Remove Slideshow" and "Play Slideshow", just do as you like.

Edit a video: select a video in the storyboard, right click mouse, and you will see three options: "Edit", "Remove", and "Clear All". Just select "Edit" to edit video effects. You can easily trim video length to split a movie into two parts, crop the size to enjoy a full screen, etc.

Transition: Click "Transition" and you will see all the available transition effects in the transition pane. A simple click could help you to display the transition effect in the right window. Just drag and drop the transition effect you want to the middle of two videos in the slideshow storyboard.
Tip: If you want the movie to play continuously without transition, you can select the transition in the storyboard, right click mouse, and click "Remove" to remove the transition effect.

Burn Vuze Movies to DVD Format

Step 5: Customize DVD Menu

Click "Menu" to customize your DVD menu. There are different styles of built-in templates, frames and buttons for your choice. To apply a template, frame or button, you can just double click it.

You can even add text, background music and background image to customize the menu.

Burn Vuze Movies to DVD Format

Step 6: Preview

click "Preview" to preview your slideshow. This step is to help you decide if everything is what you have expected. If not, you can go back to any of the previous steps to make changes to your project.

Step 7: Start burning video to DVD
For DVD disc: Click "Burn", select "DVD" option in the "Burn to" field, specify a temp folder (used to save the generated temporary files), select your DVD drive and burning program (either built-in or your own burning application), select your TV Standard and output Aspect Ratio, and click "Start" to burn your project.

For DVD folder or an ISO file: Click "Burn", select the "DVD Folder" or "ISO file" option, specify a folder to save them, and click "Start" to generate DVD files or ISO onto your computer.

Convert Video Files to DVD

TV Standard: "NTSC" is 30 fps, which is used in USA, Canada and Japan; "PAL" is 25fps used in Europe and Asia.

Tips: The used disc space is shown on the disc space bar underneath the storyboard; You can select the size of burning DVD between "DVD-R4.5G" and "DVD-R9.0G"; The output quality is also up to your choice, you may select "Low video quality", "High video quality" or "Highest video quality".

Ready to try now? Free download Wondershare Video to DVD Burner by click the button below:

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