How to burn copy CD/DVD and create Data/Audio/Video Disc?

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    dvdloveri

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    The guide includes four parts:

    Part One: Create Data Disc
    Part Two: Create Audio Disc
    Part Three: Create Video Disc
    Part Four: Copy Disc

    With Movavi VideoSuite, you can burn CDs and DVDs, share, back up and copy any of your data, audio, or video files. First you need to download Movavi Video Suite free from here. Then install and run it. If you want to learn more about Movavi Video Suite, you can visit here.

    Note: Because Movavi Video Suite is a very powerful pack (36.55 MB), it may take a little long time to download it.

    Part One: Create Data Disc
    With Movavi VideoSuite, you can create a data disc (CD or DVD) containing any types of file.
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    1) Insert a blank or rewritable CD or DVD.
    2) Click the Data tab at the top of the window.
    3) Click the folder button to create a new folder if necessary.
    4) Drag and drop the required files or folders from your hard drive to the Content Area. Make sure that the total size of your data does not exceed the capacity of the disc.
    5) Hit the Start button to initiate the Burning/Saving Wizard.
    6) Choose a drive, select a disc name and a burn speed, and start the burning process. A progress bar and information status report are displayed as your disc is recorded.

    Part Two: Create Audio Disc
    With Movavi VideoSuite, you can create an audio CD using any available audio files.
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    1) Insert a blank or rewritable CD.
    2) Click the Audio tab at the top of the window.
    3) Drag and drop the desired audio files or folders from your hard disk into the Content Area. Make sure that the total size of your data does not exceed the capacity of your disc.
    4) Click the Play/Stop buttons to double-check files before you burn them.
    5) Click the Start button to initiate the Burning/Saving Wizard.
    6) Choose a drive, select a disc name and burn speed, and start the burning process. A progress bar and information status report are displayed as your disc is recorded.

    Part Three: Create Video Disc
    With Movavi VideoSuite, you can create a video CD or DVD from existing video files.
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    1) Insert a blank or rewritable CD/DVD into the drive.
    2) Click the Video tab at the top of the window.
    3) Drag and drop the desired files or folders from your hard disk into the Content Area.
    4) Choose the appropriate mode for your video disc: Video CD, Super Video CD or DVD-Video. Make sure that the total size of your data does not exceed the capacity of your disc.
    5) To preview and edit added video before burning, click the Edit button. The Edit Video Dialog appears.
    5) If desired, divide the saved video into chapters and automatically enhance its quality.
    7) Click the Start button to initiate the Burning/Saving Wizard.
    8 Choose a drive, select a disc name and burn speed, and start the burning process. A progress bar and information status report are displayed as your disc is recorded.

    Part Four: Copy Disc
    With Movavi VideoSuite, you can copy DVD, creating a new disk that will be an exact copy of the original DVD without the need for two DVD drives.
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    1) Insert the DVD to be copied into the DVD drive.
    2) Make sure your DVD is recognized by Movavi VideoSuite and its name is displayed in the Source name box.
    3) If you want to create a DVD copy, select the Destination drive. If you want to create a copy on your hard disc, select the folder where the DVD content will be saved.
    4) Movavi VideoSuite will automatically create a disc label based on the name of your original disk.
    5) Press Start.
    6) Movavi Video Suite will make a copy of your DVD and ask you to insert a blank disc into the drive. The original DVD content will be automatically written to the new blank DVD.
     
    dvdloveri, Aug 8, 2007
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    sala

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    I choose NERO! :argh:
     
    sala, Aug 15, 2007
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    Wow. That's cool stuff right there.
     
    Abigailz, Aug 22, 2007
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    Can this guide support converting the videos in my DV to DVD?
     
    tustinssbus, Sep 27, 2008
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    I know Aimersoft DVD Creator can burn video to DVD.
     
    cindylili, Jun 27, 2009
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    tustinssbus

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    does it support burning Blu-ray Disc?
     
    tustinssbus, Jun 28, 2009
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