YouTube is an abundant video library assembling billions of videos in diverse genres (music, movies, sports and more). Most of the time, we browse and watch interested videos online. Sometimes we would like to download YouTube videos for better offline playback experience. And, we even hope to convert a series of YouTube movies/videos in the same style or from loved stars to DVD discs in order to create a special collection or compilation. If you are attempting to convert and burn YouTube to DVD, this article will introduce a pretty simple way for DVD making with the best free YouTube to DVD burner.
DVD burning software is the essential tool to convert YouTube videos to DVD. A lot of freeware floods into the market driving us in confusion. Which is the most appropriate one? In fact, some popular free DVD burners may be recommended to you from here and there, for example ImgBurn. On the other hand, complains about those programs arrive because of the bundled adware or even malicious software/virus, incompatibility problem or others.
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WinX DVD Author, a totally free and clean DVD burner for Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP etc., can absolutely satisfy people who are seeking for the best YouTube to DVD converter. It boasts the ability to easily burn YouTube videos in MP4, WebM, FLV, 3GP or more formats to DVD disc with high quality at a very fast speed. It also enables you to create DVD chapter menu, subtitle and add background music. Just a few clicks, you can get personalized DVD from YouTube videos. With adware/spyware/virus free, it is no harm to your computer at all.
At the beginning, please DOWNLOAD/install WinX DVD Author on your PC and insert a blank DVD disc into DVD-ROM. Then, follow the steps to burn YouTube videos to DVD.
Step 1. Download YouTube Videos for Burning
After launching this WinX YouTube to DVD burner, you may need to download videos from YouTube for burning. Click YouTube Downloader button to free download YouTube videos you want to burn to DVD at first. Copy and paste the YouTube video URL to address bar of the pop-up window. Then, click Analyze button to get video versions. Check one version and click Download button. If necessary, click Browse button to save the downloaded video to a specific path.
Step 2. Import YouTube Videos to WinX DVD Author
Click Video DVD Author button on the first interface and you will be led to another window. Click + button to add one or more YouTube videos you have downloaded. You can trim video and change aspect ratio using options under the mini preview player or click the setting button for more burning settings, for example video format, DVD type and subtitle.
Tip: Uncheck Create DVD Menu option if you don't want to create title/chapter menu for DVD.
Optional Step. Create DVD Title/Chapters Menu
Click next button to access to DVD menu creating window if you have checked Create DVD Menu option. There are several menu background images on the right sidebar. Choose any one or add a new one. Also, you can add text and MP3 music for the menu.
Step 3. Start Burning YouTube to DVD
Click Next button to get DVD BUILDER dialogue. There are three sections: DVD Burner, Output Property and process panel.
The first section shows disc information, including Device Name, Write Speed and Disc Volume. In the second section, you can set output folder, format, encoder engine or check Deinterlacing option to optimize output DVD video quality. Finally, click the Start button to begin converting YouTube movies/videos to DVD. And the converting/burning process will be shown to you.
Please note that WinX DVD Author will convert YouTube to VOB and then burn VOB to DVD. The output folder is used to save temporary VOB file.
Disclaimer: Digiarty Software does not advocate converting/buring copy-protected DVDs for any commercial purpose and suggests referring to the DVD copyright laws in your countries before doing so.
May Watt is a member of Digiarty. She offers a bunch of tips of how to handle multimedia files (DVD, video files, music etc.) and keeps her focus on tech news about Apple, Google, GoPro, DJI and more.