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How to Convert MOV to DVD in an Easy and Fast Way

The QuickTime Movie (.mov) file format is popular in digital world. You may have got some MOV videos from web or digital cameras and want to burn MOV to DVD for backup and watching on the big TV screen with DVD players.

To convert MOV videos to DVD, a professional DVD burner is needed. To save time and create eye-catching DVDs, you can turn to DVD Creator, an easy-to-use yet powerful DVD creator to convert MOV video to DVD with wonderful output quality and fast burning speed. What’s more, lots of free DVD menu templates are provided for you to customize and better organize your DVD movies. Besides MOV, it can also convert other popular video formats like AVI, MP4, WMV, MKV, MPEG, FLV, 3GP, ASF, etc. to DVD. No technical knowledge is required! Just get it and follow the wizard interface to convert downloaded or homemade MOV video files to DVD without any hassle!

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How to convert QuickTime MOV files to DVD in clicks

1 Import MOV videos to the DVD burner

After downloading, install and run DVD Creator. You can click "Import" or just drag files to the left pane to add MOV videos to DVD converter. All the loaded video files are listed on the left. You can click up arrow or down arrow to arrange the video sequence.

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2 Choose a DVD menu and customize it as you like

Double click to apply a DVD menu. Click "Menu Template" to customize the frames and buttons. You can even add text, background music and background image to the menu.

3 Start to convert MOV movies to DVD

Preview the video before burning it to DVD. When you think all is OK, you can insert the DVD disc to your computer's hard drive and click the "Burn" button to burn MOV files to DVD disc. You can also save the files as ISO or DVD folder for burning later.

Here is the video tutorial on how to convert MOV videos to DVD:

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  • Guest  2013-03-13 01:30
     Why not supported? I\'ve successfully burned my MOV videos to DVD.