How to burn Kodak MOV/Canon MOV/Panasonice MOV/QuickTime MOV to DVD?
Some of you may have got some QuickTime MOV files from popular camera video, like Kodak series, Canon, JVC HDV, Panasonic, Sony etc and need to burn MOV video to DVD for longer time memory storage. In this situation, you could try this professional QuickTime MOV to DVD creator which can help you to burn MOV to DVD with just a few mouse clicks.
Canon MOV to DVD creator not only allows you to burn Canon MOV to DVD, Panasonic MOV to DVD, Kodak MOV video to DVD, but also read other popular video formats like WMV, AVI, MPG, FLV, SWF, MKV, MP4, 3GP for burning DVD file to DVD with a few mouse clicks. Besides, you could only save video in ISO file for further using with this creator.
To make your video file more vivid, you may free to use MOV video to DVD to customize MOV video such as get rid of black border, split video into many small segments, tweak video resolution, frame rate, bitrate, adjust video aspect ratio and add background music, picture. You will have a quite amazing experience with Panasonic MOV to DVD creator.
How to burn QuickTime MOV video file/Canon MOV/Panasonic MOV/Kodak MOV video to DVD with MOV video file to DVD creator step by step?
Step one: Download
Download, install and run MOV to DVD creator
Step two: Add video file
Click "Add" button to load one or multiple MOV video, because it supports total batch mode
Step three: Output format and destination
Click dropdown list of profile, select standard DVD NTSC 4:3, high definition DVD with 720p , high definition DVD with 1080p (VOB). Click the yellow folder icon to select a proper directory for saved video files
Step four: Customize video files
Click "Menu" button to select a preferred template for your video. Click "Customize" button to add effects, trim, crop, add text, add logo as you need.
Step five: Start burning
Click red burn button to start burn MOV to DVD. In the "Burn Setting", you can choose to burn to disc to burn converted video to disc or creator DVD image for further burning.
Select a profile to best suite your DVD-TV system.