How To Burn Videos in DVD Format

I'll teach you how to burn video files onto DVDs so that they can be viewed on any DVD player. This includes DVD menus and all. We'll be using a free software called DVDFlick. Download DVDFlick here.




Lets start. First, click on Add title.



Then locate the video files you want to burn on the disc. Then click on Open.



When you click on Edit title... on the right, you can see several options:
General
Chapters
Video Sources
Audio Tracks
Subtitle Tracks

General


Chapters



Video Sources


Audio Tracks - just like Video Tracks, you can add Audio Tracks
Subtitle Tracks - you can also add .srt subtitle files. You can add more than one subtitle.

Click on Accept.
After that, click on Project Settings on top.

General



Burning


Check on Create ISO Image if you want to create a disc image for later burning. Check on Burn project to disk if you want to burn the project right away. Uncheck it if you want to save the project for later burning.

To choose a DVD menu you want, simply click on Menu Settings on top.

There are lots of different options you can check but these are the most basic ones you need for a simple DVD-video burn. You can explore and check several options more suitable for your burning needs.

The last step is to click on Create DVD.