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kerryzeng



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 6:38 pm  Post subject:  Should I Burn off Videos to DVD or Blu-ray Disc? Reply with quoteBottom of PageBack to top


DVD and Blu-ray, which a single is better for backup videos? The high storage capabilities of Blu-rays; which, in some cases, can be as high as 50 GB, combined with their resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels means that the photos offered because of the machine will be crystal clear. This may be especially impressive when watching videos shot in the great outdoors, which may rely heavily on shots of animals or plants. In some cases, you may not want to see every single wrinkle or hair shown in the movie or video game. In addition, the relatively new engineering connected with Blu-ray players means that the quantity of videos or games available may be drastically limited when compared to the options available on DVD. For different demands, it is advised to acquire an all-inclusive software which could make both Blu-ray and DVD disc.
Step1. Add videos to your Blu ray Creator
Click the “Add” button to import videos to your program; you can preview it on the built-in player by double clicking it.
Step2. Edit video files (Optional)
You can edit the video files by clicking “Edit”. There are four options for you to edit the videos.
“Trim”-set video “Start Time” and “End Time”.
“Crop”-remove black margins or crop it in an acceptable size.
“Effect”-set output video Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Volume.
“Watermark”-add image or text watermark in excess of the video to generate it unique to you.
Step3. Output menu customization
Click on the “Burn to DVD & Blu-ray” button to go to your panel where you can choose menu templates and do customization. For your preference, there are multiple menu templates available: Standard, Business, Education, Holiday, Nature, Others. When you unfold each menu template, you will get sub templates for options. If you want to customize menu, you can click “Customize Menu”, where you can add your preferred music or image to be background music and image.



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