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Create a DVD from a TourBuzz Video Export

Before you create a DVD of your tour, you'll want to create an MP4 video version of your tour. To do this, you'll need to export your tour as a video. To find out more about exporting your tour as a video, click here. 


Windows

You can burn video files that appear in your media library in Windows Media Center to a DVD that you can play in a DVD player or on your computer. When you burn video files to a DVD, the files are converted so that you can play them on a standard DVD player. In order to take advantage of this, you will want to have downloaded your tour as a video.

  1. Start Windows Media Center. Insert a recordable DVD into your DVD burner.
  2. Click the Burn a CD or DVD notification that appears in Windows Media Center, or, on the start screen, scroll to Tasks, and then click burn cd/DVD.
  3. On the Select Disc Format screen, click Video DVD, and then click Next.
  4. Using the keyboard, type a name for your DVD, and then click Next.
  5. On the Select Media screen, click Recorded TV or Video Library, and then click Next.
  6. Click the video that you want to add to your disc so that a check mark appears on the selected TV show or video file, and then click Next.
  7. If you want to add more video files to the disc, on the Review & Edit List screen, click Add More.
  8. Repeat steps 5-7 until you have added the recorded TV shows and videos to the disc that you want to burn.
  9. You can change the following settings in the DVD Options dialog:

    If you want the video to play automatically and loop continuously, click Play video in a continuous loop. You will still be able to see the menu if you choose the menu option using the remote control for your DVD player.

  10. After you have added all the video files that you want to burn, on the Review & Edit List screen, click Burn DVD.
  11. In the Initiating Copy notification, click Yes.
  12. After the disc is burned, in the Completing Disc Creation notification, click Done.
 

Mac

If you're looking for a good solution for burning video DVDs, check out a program called Burn, explained more in depth in the tutorial video below. 

 
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