How can I turn my photos and music files into DVD movie disc?

Quick DVD Creator supports almost all kinds of major photo/video/audio formats, such as AVI, MPEG, WMV, DivX, Xvid, ASF, MOV, BMP, JPG, JPEG, GIF, MP3, WMA, WAVE, OGG ....

Step 1, Load your photo, video, audio files into Quick DVD Creator

Click 'Photo Slide Show to DVD' button to start.

 

Click 'Add Photo' button to load photo or video files from your hard disk, you can also click 'Add Dir', it will load all the photo and video files from the directory you selected.

Click 'Add Music' button to load music files from your hard disk.

You can save your current editing photo/video/audio files as a project, and load it next time for burning, just click the 'Save Project' and 'Load Project'. Before creating your DVD disc, click to 'Preview' to preview the video.

 

Step 2, Convert the photo, video, music files to DVD video format

 

Click 'Create DVD' button to start encoding the photo, video, music files, wait until the encoding finish or click 'Stop Creating' button to cancel the creation.

 

Step 3, Burn the DVD.

 

Quick DVD Creator has finished preparing the DVD video, now it's time to burn your DVD disc.
Before you burn the disc, you can use a DVD player software to examine the DVD video created by Quick DVD Creator. The DVD video is stored under c:\TempDVD\DVD\VIDEO_TS folder.
Now you can insert a blank DVD-R/+R disc in your DVD burner now and click "Yes" to continue.
If you want to burn this DVD disc later, you can click "No" button now and quit Quick DVD Creator. The DVD video is stored under C:\TempDVD\DVD\VIDEO_TS folder. You can burn it later using Quick DVD Creator and follow 'How to burn Disk Image/ DVD Video Folder to DVD disc?'

 



Insert a DVD+R/RW or DVD-R/RW disc, just click 'Burn DVD' and wait Quick DVD Creator finish the burning job. you can also click the 'Save as ISO' button to save your DVD Video Files to a standard ISO disk image and burn it later using Quick DVD Creator and follow 'How to burn Disk Image/ DVD Video Folder to DVD disc?'


And that's it! When the burning is finished, you can play your newly made DVD in your DVD player and watch the movie on TV.