ImTOO DVD Creator is a super DVD burn software which can convert and burn almost all popular video files such as AVI, MPEG, DivX, WMV, XviD, DV, VOB, etc. to DVD playable on the home DVD player. ImTOO DVD Creator has been upgraded to V3.0 with many powerful functions added. Here is the step-by-step guide and we hope it can be helpful for you:
Download ImTOO DVD Creator and install first.
1. Insert a DVD+R (DVD-R, DVD+RW or DVD-RW)
2. Load files
Run ImTOO DVD Creator and load the files you want to convert by clicking 'Add Video Files' option under the 'File' menu. Or you can click the 'Add Video Files' button in the main interface.
3. Display loaded file and set parameters
After the video file has been loaded, it can be displayed in the main interface and you can set the relevant parameters according to your needs.
Tip: Resize method You can customize the output aspect resize method by selecting the file's title and clicking the 'Resize Method' combo-box, and then you will find 3 choices for you to set it at will.
Letterbox: add black stripes to fit the output aspect ratio.
Pan and Scan: crop frame to fit the output aspect ratio.
Full Screen: stretch and compress frame to fit the output aspect ratio.
4. Make DVD menu, Background music and picture (Optional)
You can choose the DVD menu that the software provides at will by clicking the 'Template' button at the right of the interface. And the selected DVD menu will be displayed in the right area.
Additional, you can edit the DVD menu by yourself that you are interested in using the picture and music in your computer. Please click the 'Edit' button besides 'Template' and set the related information in the pop-up window, such as selecting the check box before "Background Music" or "Background Picture", and adding related picture or music file from your computer etc.
5. Choose Destination
Click the 'Destination' combo-box to choose the form of the output file. You can choose to make DVD disc directly, or you can choose to save DVD folder or ISO files in your computer for backup.
6. Start to burn
You can start to burn the video file by clicking 'Start Burn' button.
Tips: you can set the modes of the output file as "NTSC" or "PAL" by click the "Preferences" item under the "Tools" Menu before burning.