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Old Oct 15, 2009, 02:21 AM
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Default How to burn WMV video to DVD to enjoy on TV, xobx, PS 3 or other playwers

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WMV video is a one of the most pop format video we often use. Enjoy the WMV video on [b]TV, Xbox, PS 3[/b] or other DVD Players is often necessary in our common life.

Now we can follow this simple guide to learn how to burn WMV to DVD Disc. The tool you will need is [B]Wondershare WMV to DVD Burner[/B], which can make DVD from WMV video slideshow with customizable DVD menu and transition effects by editing the video freely.
[B]Software Required:Wondershare WMV to DVD Burner[/B]

1. [b]Load Video:[/b]Click "Load Video",a window will pop up for you to browse your computer. Find and select the WMV videos which you want to convert, click "Open" to add it. It will appear in the collections panell.

2. [b]Organize a WMV video slideshow:[/b] drag & drop WMV video files from the collections panel to the storyboard below to start organizing your slideshow. A slideshow allows to add upto 20 slides.
Order: you can sort the order of the WMV video files in the storyboard by dragging and dropping.
Add a slide: right click mouse and select the first option "Add Slideshow" to add a slide.
Edit a video: select a WMV video in the storyboard, right click mouse, and you will see three options: "Edit", "Remove", and "Clear All". Just select "Edit" to edit video effects.

3. [b]Transition: [/b] click "Transition" and you will see all the available transition effects in the transition panel. A simple click could help you to display the tiansition effect in the right window. Just drag and drop the transition effect you want to the middle of two WMV video files in the slideshow storyboard.

4. [b]Menu:[/b] Click "Menu" to customize your DVD menu. There are different styles of built-in templates, frames and buttons for your choice. To apply a template, frame or button, you can just double click it. You can even add text, background music and background image to customize the menu.

5. [b]Preview:[/b] please click [img]***********[/img] when you have finished organizing the WMV video slideshow to check if everything is ok. If not, just go back to the previous steps.

6. [b]Burn: [/b] click "Burn" tab to start burning WMV video slideshow to DVD.

After all these steps done, you will get the WMV video burned on DVD Disc and enjoy it on TV or DVD Player together with friends and family.

[b]Note:[/b] There are two different TV Standards: "NTSC" is 30 fps, which is used in USA, Canada and Japan; "PAL" is 25fps, used in Europe and Asia.
Old Dec 02, 2009, 01:13 AM
freedoor2 freedoor2 is offline
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More useful tool of Wondershare:
Wondershare Video to DVD Burner:
Save 25% Compare To $39.95
[B]Key Features:[/B]
-Burn DV,Camera,online videos to DVD
-Support AVI, MP4, MPG, MPEG, 3GP, WMV, ASF, RM, RMVB, DAT and MOV. And it new upgrade to support HD video formats: [B]MTS, M2TS(AVCHD H.264)[/B], TS(MPEG-2), HD MKV(H.264, MPEG-2 HD), HD WMV(VC-1), and HD MOV(H.264, MPEG-4).
-100% compatible with Windows 7

ps3, wmv, xobx

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