FLV, namely Flash Video has developed itself as the digital video format for displaying videos on many popular video sharing sites, such as YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo Video, Hulu, Music, MySpace, Metacafe, etc. When you download videos from these sites, you’ll probably get FLV video files. Now you may want to enjoy them on your home DVD player or TV with family or just need to save FLV Video into DVD for backup. Then is there a way to make this happen? If yes, what should be done?
To convert FLV to DVD, you need a reliable DVD burning program to help you. Here we strongly recommend the DVD Creator released by CloneDVD Studio as the all-in-one .flv to DVD converter which can not only convert Flash Video FLV to DVD format with customizable options and high quality for playback on DVD player, but also featuring as a full-function DVD burning software which can burn other video formats like WMV MPEG AVI MOV MP4 MKV, etc to DVD at blazing speed without any quality loss.
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How to Burn FLV Videos to DVD Easily and Quickly
Step 1. Import FLV Videos to the FLV to DVD Burner
After downloading, installing the converter, launch it and click the “Add Titles” icon on the middle of the interface to load the FLV video files which you want to burn to the FLV to DVD converter.
Step 2. Edit Videos (Optional)
This is an optional step, if you want to keep video originality, and then skip this choice. If you want to create DVD movies in your own way, this FLV to DVD converter also offers common editing functions to help you make stylish DVD movies. you can click the “DVD Setting” icon on the Preview Window tool bar to reset DVD movie parameters, like Video Output Format (PAL/NTSC/NTSC-Film), Encoding, Bitrate, Aspect, Audio Volume Change, Channels, etc. Also, you can choose a proper DVD menu to fit your DVD movie theme; and you can add background music and background images to author a personalized DVD menu.
Step 3. Specify “Target” and “Copy As”
You should specify a folder from the drop down-list of “Target” to save the converted DVD movies. Meanwhile, do not forget to set the “Copy As” to specify the copy type (DVD/DVD Image).
Step 4. Convert FLV to DVD
After finishing the above steps, hit “Start” to begin burning FLV to DVD. The burning process will finish in a few minutes. When it’s done, you can enjoy downloaded FLV movies conveniently on DVD player connected to your big screen TV or on the road in your car DVD player.
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