How to burn TS to DVD?

TS is a packaging format designed for Japanese HD DV cameras. Its full name is MPEG2-TS. TS is the abbreviation of Transport Stream. Thus, videos taken by most of the Japanese HD DV cameras are in this format. We often use our HD DV to take family videos and take videos for party or maybe travelling. Next, I’d like to introduce a way to store the videos forever. That is burn TS to DVD. In this way, you can better store the videos.
Now, let’s look at how to burn TS to DVD with a DVD Creator.

Step 1: Prepare
You need download a DVD Creator and install it on a computer.

Step 2: input the TS files

You can click the add icon to input the TS files. Of course, if you have multiple files to input, you can click “Move up” and “Move down” to adjust the order. In addition, you can preview the original file on the view screen.

Step 3: edit the video

You are able to click the edit icon to edit the video. Click “Trim” to trim the video length, “Crop” to crop the vide size, “Effects” to customize the contrast, brightness and saturation and click “Watermark” to add text or image watermark for the video.

Step 4: customize the TS to DVD burning settings

Here you are able to customize the generation, connection, thumbnail and update settings.

Step 5: Customize the DVD menu

Next you need click the burn icon to customize the DVD menu. You can set the menu type, background picture and music and the menu label here.

Step 6: burn TS to DVD

After the DVD menu settings, you can click next to customize the video settings.

And then click “start” to burn TS to DVD.

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