How to Burn DVD Movies

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To burn DVD Movies, make sure that you have a DVD drive capable of writing. Install Nero on your PC. There are other programs out there, but I prefer to use Nero.

Insert a blank, writable DVD. From the start menu, go to All Programs > Burn a DVD or Data DVD > Nero StartSmart. Select DVD from the pull down menu up top. Move your mouse to the "Data" icon and choices will appear.

Click on "Make a Data DVD" and it will open Nero Expresswindow. Click on "Add" to add your movie file. Locate your movie file and click Finished.

I recommend that you burn the DVD at 8x (11,080kb/sec) in the Writing speed field. Click on "Burn. After the burning process is complete, you will be notified by a pop up box. Click OK and your DVD tray should open up revealing your DVD Disc. You now know how to burn DVD Movies!


  • check If you don't want to use nero, search on Google for other programs to download.


  • close Make sure that you do not try to burn the DVD to fast. This might cause glitches when you are watching the movie.

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