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Gold Burn User Guide

How to Burn Video DVD?

The video DVD burning tutorial contains the following steps:

1. Launch Video DVD Burner

2. Choose Usable Burning Drive

3. Select Video Disc Type

4. Add Video File

5. Select Burning Mode & Burning Speed

Required Resources

Gold Burn™ 5.6.1 or later
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Gold Burn is an easy and professional video DVD burner that lets you convert all favorite movies to DVD movies and burning it onto DVD disc. It enables you to convert videos to DVDs from AVI, MPEG, MP4, WMV, MOV, MP4, RM, and HD videos so that you can enjoy them on home DVD player, car DVD player or any other portable DVD players.

Video DVD Burning Guide

1. Launch Gold Burn. Click the "Video" and choose "DVD-Video Files" to run the burner wizard. Then, insert a blank DVD to the disc drive.

Launch Video DVD Burner

2. The burner scans your system for the available devices. Choose one of the usable burning drives from the list (the system will select it by default if there is only one). Click "Refresh" button to update the devices list if you plug in new devices or change the disc in the drive.

Choose Usable Burning Drive

3. Select the type of video disc you want to burn from the dropdown menu of "Video disc type". You can choose "Video DVD", "Video CD" or "Super Video CD" according to your demands.

Select Video Disc Type

4. Add source video file you want to burn and you can have a review of the selected file size & possible file size (you can add premastered VIDEO_TS folder to burn video DVD; add MPEG1 file to burn video CD; add MPEG2 file to burn super video CD).

Add Video File

5. Select one burning mode from Track-AT-Once, Session Track-AT-Once, Disc-AT-Once PQ and Disc-AT-Once raw P-W. The Test Mode is provided to simulate burning for checking errors. Then, choose an appropriate burning speed. Click "Next" to start burning and wait until the process bar reaches 100%. The disc will eject after the video DVD has been completely burned.

Select Burning Mode & Burning Speed


Although the burning speed is optional, but the most important factors that affects speed are file size & the ability of burner drive as well as your computer.


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