User Guide

VideoSolo DVD Creator is capable of burning any video to DVD including home-made movies, videos downloaded from YouTube/Vimeo and videos taken by mobile phone. It supports nearly all video formats including AVI, MPEG, 3GP, MP4, VOB, FLV, M2TS, MTS, MOV, QT, etc. In this guide, I'll show you how to burn video to DVD so that you can create your own DVD for playback on DVD player or backup.

For trial version of VideoSolo DVD Creator

• It will add watermarks to the created DVD.

• You can only use the trial version for 10 days.

For full version of VideoSolo DVD Creator

• There will be no limitation on how many times you can use the program or for how long you can use it.

• You can create DVDs without watermarks.

• You will get free technical support and free update for lifetime.

How to register VideoSolo DVD Creator on PC

Step 1. Free download the program from our official website. And install the program on your computer.

Step 2. Launch the program and you will see an "Unregistered" window pop up. Enter your licensed email and code and press "Register" button.

Note: If you need help about registering or using this software, please contact our support team to get help.

Register DVD Creator
Step 1.

Launch VideoSolo DVD Creator on PC

Launch the program on your computer and then you will see an interface as below. As you can see, you are able to import video files, edit video file, edit audio track or edit subtitle with this program.

Main InterFace
Step 2.

Add Videos to the Program

Now click on "Add Files" button to import video into the program. This program does not support drag-and-drop feature.

Add Files
Step 3.

Edit Video before Burning to DVD

Click on the "Edit" button and the editing window will pop up. You can adjust the video effect by increasing or decreasing the brightness, saturation, contrast or hue settings. And you can also trim the video length, crop video or add watermark into the video. When you finish editing, click on "OK" button to save the changes.

Edit Video
Step 4.

Add Subtitle and Audio Track

Click on "Audio Track" or "ABC Subtitle" button and a small window will show up. You can first choose or add audio track for your video. After that, you can modify parameters like volume, latency, encoder, bitrate, channels, etc. After that, you can click on "Subtitle" tab to add subtitles to your DVD.

 Add Subtitle and Audio Track
Step 5.

Customize DVD Menu with Background Music & Photo

Go to "Menu" section on the right panel of the interface. Click on the "Edit Menu" button to get started. You can select a theme for your menu from the preset menu templates including animal, scenery, festival, plant, etc. After that, you can select he menu frame, menu button and edit menu text in the way you like. You can also add background music, photo and opening film to your DVD.

Edit DVD Menu
Step 6.

Select Output Format and Destination Folder

Now you can go to "Preferences" tab to select output format and change output parameters like resolution, aspect ratio, video bitrate, etc. After that, you can go back to the main interface and select the output folder and DVD type.

Select Output Format and Folder
Step 7.

Burn Video to DVD

Click on the "Burn" button and the program will start burning video to DVD.

Burn to DVD
Step 1.

Run VideoSolo DVD Creator on Windows

Open VideoSolo DVD Creator on Windows and let it run. Before creating Blu-ray Disc, make sure you can see the interface as below. Choose "Blu-ray Disc" to start creating.

Note: Mac user is out of luck to enjoy this function.

Choose Blu-ray Burning Process
Step 2.

Connect to Blu-ray Drive

Connect computer to Blu-ray drive and then insert a blank disc.

Step 3.

Import Videos

Click "Add Files" to import one or more Blu-ray videos to the software. If you have a folder of videos, you can add the entire folder to burn to disc.

Add Video Files
Step 4.

Edit Videos Before Burning

You are able to edit your videos after adding to the program to make your own unique Blu-ray disc. Just click the icon of "Video Edit" and you can rotate, clip, crop, add effect and adjust videos from the pop-up windows.

Edit Videos
Step 5.

Add or Edit Audio Track

From "Video Tools", click "Audio Edit" to add other audio tracks into the video by hitting the button of "Add Audio".

Add or Edit Audio Track
Step 6.

Add Subtitle (Optional)

Click "Subtitle Edit" to enter the interface of editing subtitle if you want to add subtitle to the video.

Add or Edit Subtitle
Step 7.

Customize Chapter

From the "Chapter Tools", you can "Merge Chapter", "Cancel Merger", "Split Chapter", "Cancel Split", or adjust "Thumbnail Settings". From the windows of "Thumbnail Settings", you can "Intercept the current video screen as thumbnail", "Intercept video clips as thumbnail" or "Upload a local image as thumbnail".

Note: If you are unsatisfied with the above settings, you can click "Reset All" to restore the original settings.

Chapter Settings
Step 8.

Parameter Settings of Blu-ray Disc

"Disc Type", "Aspect Ratio" and "Video Quality" are optional to choose according to your personal requirements.

Select Disc Type
Step 9.

Edit Menu

Click "Next" to enter into the Menu interface. You are free to select "Menu Template" from the theme of "Holiday", "Family", "Wedding", "Travel" and "Others". Or you can custom Menu Template when you save template from the "Menu Template". If you don't want any menus to be added to your Blu-ray disc, just tick the box before "No Menu".

Customize Menu
Step 10.

Start Burning Videos to Blu-ray

Click "Burn" to continue choosing the "Burn Engine" or you can select burning to ISO here. Finally, you need to click "Start" to begin Blu-ray burning process.

Burn Blu-ray Disc

VideoSolo DVD Creator for Mac provides the best solution for you to burn DVD with any video files. You are able to customize DVD menu, frame, button, text, background music and picture. And you can edit DVD video effects with different editing tools like cropping, trimming, and adding watermark, etc. Now read on this guide and see how to create DVD with MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV and more videos.

Differences between Trial Version and Full Version

For free trial version users, watermarks will be added into the created DVD. And it can only finish creating DVD for 3 times. Another limitation of free trial version is that it can only be used for 30 days.

Once you become a registered user, you will be free from all of the limitations mentioned above. No limitation on how many time you can burn a DVD, no watermarks and no expiration date. You can get free technical support and free upgrades.

Register VideoSolo DVD Creator for Mac

Run the program on Mac and when you see the "Unregistered" windows pop up, click on "Register" button. After that, type in your registered email address and registration code. Then click on "Register" button to complete the registration.

Register DVD Creator

Note: If you want to burn video directly to a DVD disc, you need to insert a blank, clean and undamaged DVD disc into to your computer before turning the video into a DVD.

Step 1.

Open VideoSolo DVD Creator on Mac

Launch the program on Mac and take a preview of its main interface. Click on "Add Files" button to import your video into the program. This program supports almost all video formats like AVI, MPEG, 3GP, MP4, VOB, FLV, M2TS, MTS, TS, SWF, MKV, MPG, MPA, DAT, DV, NSV, MOV, QT, RMVB, DivX, DV, etc.

Main InterFace
Step 2.

Adjust Video Effects

If you want to make your video looks better, then click on "Edit" button to enhance your video. You can change brightness, hue, contrast, saturation, etc. Besides, you are able to trim, crop or add watermark to your video.

Edit Video
Step 3.

Attach Audio Track and Subtitle

Click on "Audio Track" button, and you can choose the audio track you like for your DVD movie. You can also add more than one audio tracks by clicking on the "+" button. After that, tap on "Subtitle" button to add subtitle for your DVD file for better understanding.

Edit Audio and Subtitle
Step 4.

Self-define the DVD Menu

You can click on "Next" button to enter the menu editing interface. Choose the menu template you like. You can also set the background music, background picture and the opening file with your local music, picture and video file.

Customize DVD Menu
Step 5.

Start Burning Video to DVD

Now you can select an output destination and output DVD type from the main interface. You can choose to burn video to DVD disc, or burn video to DVD folder or ISO file. After that, click on "Start" button to start creating your customized DVD.

Burn Video to DVD

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