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How to Convert MP4 to DVD to Play on DVD Player and TV

Have some video encoded in the MP4 file format and want to burn them to DVD so that you can play MP4 files on your home DVD player in your living room? This tutorial is about how to convert MP4 to DVD. With a professional DVD Converter - DVD Creator, it just takes a few minutes to burn MP4 video to DVD.

Burn MP4 to DVD

Free download DVD Creator and follow the steps to convert your MP4 video files to DVD.

Note: If you are using a Mac, you can get DVD Creator for Mac to burn DVD from MP4 videos on Mac.

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How to convert MP4 movie to DVD in 3 steps

1 Load MP4 videos

Click "Import" to load MP4 files from computer, or just drag the files into the DVD burner. Added files will be displayed on the left sidebar. You can then edit them by trimming, cropping and rotating.

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2 DVD menu making

Click "Menu Template" to customize your DVD menu. Different styles of built-in templates, frames and buttons are for your choice. Double click to apply a template, frame or button. You can even add text, background music and background image to customize the menu.

3 Preview and start burning

Click the preview tab to preview the effect of your editing. Finally, click "Burn" to start burning your video to DVD.

That's it. Burning MP4 videos to DVD is so easy and fast. Now you can watch your movies on TV. Besides MP4, this DVD Creator can also burn AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, MOV, MPEG, VOB, etc. to DVD.

Here is the video tutorial on how to convert MP4 videos to DVD on Mac:

The difference between MP4 and M4V:
Mp4 is developed to make multimedia applications on the internet faster and of better quality while m4v is specifically developed for Apple products such as the iPod, iPhone, and iTunes and is often copyrighted via Apple’s FairPlay DRM copyright protection.

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  • Guest  2012-08-15 06:09
    Simply burn them to DVD and select the TV standard as 16:9 or 4:3 to fit your TV.
  • google-4963d4ffd6539faa48bdf19  2012-07-21 13:33
    Good morning. I loaded a movie on youtube \"fallen into the public domain\" in my pc I can see perfectly, I wanted to watch it on TV and to do so I copied it on a USB key that I can watch on my pc but I am denied a television with a Freeview box or a flat screen TV equipped with current, making the two usb. Ownership of this file indicates: MP4 Video (. Mp4) Is there a way to adapt it for TV playback? thank you