- 1. Playing with VLC+
- 1.1 Play Blu-Ray Movies
- 1.2 Play DLNA Content
- 1.3 Play Videos in VLC with Airplay
- 1.4 Play YouTube Videos in VLC
- 1.5 Play M2TS with VLC
- 1.6 Play MTS with VLC
- 1.7 Play M4V with VLC
- 1.8 Play MP4 in VLC
- 1.9 Play RTMP with VLC
- 1.10 Play ISO with VLC
- 1.11 Play AVI with VLC
- 1.12 Play WMV with VLC
- 1.13 Play MIDI with VLC
- 1.14 Play 3D Movies with VLC
- 1.15 Play AVCHD with VLC
- 1.16 Play Sopcast in VLC
- 1.17 FLAC Not Playing
- 1.18 MP4 Not Playing
- 1.19 FLV Not Playing
- 1.20 MKV Not Playing
- 1.21 MOV Not Playing
- 1.22 UNDF Not Playing
- 1.23 Use VLC for PS3
- 2. Convert & Stream+
- 3. Editing with VLC+
- 4. VLC for Mobile+
- 5. VLC Assistant+
- 6. Tips & Tricks+
- 6.1 Download VLC 64 bit
- 6.2 VLC Latest Version
- 6.3 Download VLC for Mac
- 6.4 VLC for Windows 7
- 6.5 VLC for Windows 8
- 6.6 VLC Skins
- 6.7 VLC Command Line
- 6.8 VLC as Default Player
- 6.9 Convert CD with VLC
- 6.10 Burn VLC Files to DVD
- 6.11 VLC Web Plugin
- 6.12 Remote Control VLC
- 6.13 VLC Shortcuts
- 6.14 Screen Capture with VLC
- 6.15 Sync VLC Audio
- 6.16 KMPlayer vs. VLC
- 6.17 MPC vs. VLC
- 6.18 MPlayer vs. VLC
- 6.19 VLC Old Version
- 6.20 Snapshots in VLC
- 6.21 Change XBMC to VLC
- 6.22 Is VLC Safe
- 6.23 Best Torrent Player
- 6.24 How to Control the Speed
- 6.25 VLC Player Doesn't Have Sound
VLC Player is a universal media player that plays almost any video format and even DVDs. It can also stream video such as TV shows directly from the streaming server. But you may don't know that it's also capable of encoding and decoding video files as well as VLC libraries to DVDs so that you can use it in your video player. Now we are here to help you burn DVDs by VLC Player with the step by step procedures. However, it's a little bit difficult and complicated process. So we also recommend another easy-to-use DVD burning tool to finish the same task. Now let's get started:
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Step 1 Load VLC Videos to DVD Converter
After DVD Creator is set up in your computer, open it and in the primary window, click or button to add downloaded VLC files on the computer, or drag and drop videos to add the VLC videos into the primary Window. On the left, you can set the quality and aspect ratio of videos.
Tips: Double click any imported video to preview to the right window.
Step 2 Edit Videos & Set Video Transitions
If your VLC files play perfectly, you can skip this step. But if there are flaws in your video, use handy tools to edit them. All basic editing tools are included. Click the edit icons on the bottom of the video to get started. You can crop, rotate, trim your video and add subtitles to VLC videos.
Step 3 Select DVD Menu & Convert VLC to DVD
Choose a DVD menu or customize it as you want. After all the settings are done, click Burn to convert VLC files to DVD with beautiful DVD menu. With this easy VLC to DVD burner, you can enjoy VLC videos on any DVD player with your friends.
Video Tutorial: Wondershare UniConverter - Convert Video to DVD
Step 1: Add File to VLC.
Open VLC, then click "Media" to select "Stream."
Go to the File tab and click on "Add." Browse for the movie destination. Choose the movie with the right title that you want to burn.
Step 2: Set Settings Before The Burning Process.
You can test the movie by selecting "Play" from the drop-down menu. If everything is OK, then select "Stream" from the drop-down next to "Play." You can also add subtitles to the movies. This subtitle will be embedded in the movie.
Check whether the source of the movie matches what we enter previously. Then click "Next."
Uncheck the Display locally box to speed up the burning process. Select "File" from the drop-down menu and click "Add."
Click Browse to select the destination folder. Select your DVD drive to burn the movie on the DVD. Type a name for the movie you want to save as.
Check the box next to Active Transcoding. Then select the profile for the movie format. Video - H.264 + MP3 (MP4) is recommended. You can customize advanced options by clicking on the tools menu. Click next to proceed to the next step.
Step 3: Start the burning process.
Select "All Elementary Streams." Then check the "Generated stream output string" dialogue box if everything is OK. Then hit "Stream."
Keep patience. The burning time depends on the size of the movie and the writing speed of your DVD drive.