A number of programs can be used to burn a DVD. DVD’s with important data are something you would not want to lose but still they break and scratch and get damaged. It is always a good idea to keep a back up by burning the files on to another DVD and saving it. The process of copying/burning DVDs on your computer can do this.
Depending on the format and the type of files you want to burn, there are different methods you can opt for. For example, data on most commercial DVDs cannot fit in an average DVD-R and has to be shortened by transcoding. Likewise, for content with copyrights you have a problem as it is being prevented from copying.
There are several programs for burning DVDs like Nero, DVD Shrink, AnyDvd etc. There are personal preferences of programs although all of them work fine. Let’s see how Nero works since it is the most popular of the DVD burning programs. For an example, consider burning a movie to a DVD.
· As NERO starts, the first window that opens would ask you to identify which content you need to burn and the way for it. Select DVD 1 and the 2. On the top bar find the button Burn and click on it. A new section would open. From the options, you need to select Write here and proceed. The next window would show you all the files from the DVD you selected to burn from. Here identify all the files that you want to burn. Select them all and then drag them into the section labeled Video TS. Make sure all the files you need to burn are copied into the Video TS section and continue.
· Next, select the option Write. If you want to ensure what filed would be burnt on the new DVD, you need to select the option Verify and all the files would be displayed for you to confirm. On the other hand, if you are confident you have all the files dragged into the Video TS folder and you want to save the time, just leave that option unselected and click Burn. However, it is recommended that you should verify what the program is going to copy for you to make sure the selection worked fine and the way you wanted it to.
· After a couple of minutes burning would have been processed and you can have your DVD. Nice and easy!
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