How to burn recorded videos to DVD for Thanksgiving Day

What is Thanksgiving Day?

Thanksgiving Day is a holiday celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada. Thanksgiving is celebrated each year on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States and on the second Monday of October in Canada. Because of the longstanding traditions of the holiday, the celebration often extends to the weekend that falls closest to the day it is celebrated. Several other places around the world observe similar celebrations. Historically, Thanksgiving had roots in religious and cultural tradition. Today, Thanksgiving is primarily celebrated as a secular holiday.

Thanksgiving Day now has become quite versatile for young people, who like to use their own ways to thank the guys beside them, such as sending Thanksgiving card which is common, gathering together to have a big meal with delicious turkeys, however, what if your people are far away from you? A great idea is to make a DVD as a Thanksgiving present with your recorded Thanks videos. The following post will detail you how to burn recorded videos to DVD step by step.

Download and install DVD burner.
Download and install DVD burner for Mac.

How to burn recorded videos to DVD for Thanksgiving Day?

Step1. Load and edit videos
Launch DVD Burner and click “Add” to import recorded videos to the program. Double click the title of the video to preview on the built-in player.

Step2. Edit videos
You can edit the video by click “Edit” to better the video quality. You can trim the length, crop the size, adjust the effect as well as add watermark to the video clip.

Step3. Select DVD menu template
Click “Burn to DVD” on the right bottom of the main interface or click “File->Burn to DVD” to select the DVD menu. Leawo DVD Burner has provided some presets for users to choose, for example, Christmas, Cartoon, Classical, Festival, Nature, etc. And you also can use your own picture and music to be the background and background music.

Step4.Settings and conversions
After choosing the menu template you can click “Next” to step into the setting part, in which you can choose the volume label, burn to DVD Folder or ISO File, output destination, etc. And after setting, you can click “start” to begin the process of burning recorded videos to DVD for Thanksgiving Day.

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