Windows 10 has no stock DVD player software pre-installed. Microsoft’s offer, Windows DVD Player, can be found in Microsoft store. It is however not free. In an earlier post, we introduced this free DVD player software for Windows 10. Today, we will introduce another of its appealing feature, burning DVD discs in Windows 10.
Several reasons you may like this DVD burner
- Extremely easy to use
Almost everyone can get started instantly without any DVD burning experience or skills.
- Convert videos on the fly
No need to use a separate video converter to transcode source videos to DVD media format. The videos will be converted on the fly when you burn them to DVD. You can virtually convert and burn any video format to DVD.
- DVD Templates
It provides many DVD templates, free, stylish, customizable.
- Edit DVD Files
Optionally edit DVD files with built-in editor, trim, crop, rotate and more.
- DVD/Blu-ray/ISO/DVD folder
Burn your videos, movies to DVD5, DVD9, BD25, BD50 disks or even burn them to ISO image file or DVD folder in local disk for backup or further burning.
You can get UniConverter here. Note that, you can download its free trial to play all kinds of videos, DVDs without any limits. In order to burn DVDs, you will have to purchase a license to unlock this feature.
Check out below steps to use the media toolkit to convert any of your video files to DVD disc for playback on DVD player and HD TV.
Steps to Burn DVD in Windows 10
Launch the UniConverter on your Windows PC. It opens its Convert tab automatically. To burn videos to DVD, you don’t have to convert the source videos to DVD format manually. Switch to the Burn tab directly.
Drag the source videos to the Burn tab to add them.
Use the built-in editor to trim, crop, rotate, add watermark, add audio, add subtitle, apply effect, adjust other aspects of them if like.
Insert a writable DVD disk into the DVD burner. Then select it from the Burn video to box at the upper right corner.
Select DVD templates from right-side of the program interface. Move the right and left arrows to find more templates and designs.
Customize DVD settings below the DVD template. You can edit DVD label, Menu Type, Aspect Ratio, TV Standard, and Quality.
Choose output DVD disc type at the bottom right corner, DVD5, DVD9, BD-25 or BD-50.
Finally, click on the Burn button to start erasing your DVD disc and burning selected videos to it. This DVD burner for Windows empowers the fast speed to burn your video into DVD with the best quality.
Go to play the DVD with your computer, or DVD players.