Can you burn Blu ray to DVD? How to convert Blu ray to DVD? Why convert Blu ray and HD video to standard DVD? Because everybody has DVD players everywhere car, kitchen etc so buying a blue ray or HD player for every room would cost too much. And DVD converter software can convert DVDs to anything so this would make life easier.
Blu ray to DVD Converter make it easier to convert and burn any Blu ray movies and videos to any DVD disc. This Blu ray to DVD Converter can convert Blu-ray videos to DVD and watch on any DVD player with top image quality and fast conversion speed. Its friendly interface make operation so easy that noe computer experience needed.
The following guide will illustrates how to convert Blu ray disc or M2TS file to standard DVD disc so that you can enjoy your favorite Blu ray movie more convenient.
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Process of converting Blu-ray video to DVD, burn Blue ray to DVD:
Step 1. Select the Blu-ray video.
- Download Blu ray to DVD Converter program, install and run it on your computer. When you open the software you will see the main interface:
- Load BD, input the Blu ray disc to your Blu ray driver.
Start by inserting the Blu-ray disc or Blu ray files .mts, .m2ts to the Blu ray DVD Converter, as shown with the 2 red arrows.
* If you have inserted a Blu-ray disk and it is protected, you will need to have decryptor software running at the same time in order to convert your Blu-ray to DVD. There are a couple of decryptor tools available, but we recommend AnyDVD
The structure of the video will be checked and the Blu-ray will load into the program:
The entire content of the blu-ray will appear. If your video has a bonus, it will also be shown in this window.
Select the video files (main movie, bonus...) you wish to convert, as well as the audio and subtitle tracks, according to the list offered on the original blu-ray.
Tick the box on the left of each entry to make the selection. You can select mutliple audio/subtitles tracks, or none at all.
When you select your audio languages, Blu-ray to DVD will add all audio tracks of this language available on the Blu-ray file. If 2 audio tracks are the same, but quality differ, the software select the best available (DTS Master Audio/PCM Blu-ray in major cases for Blu-ray).
Step 2. Make the Output settings
The settings screenshot:
1. Set video profile & quality
Select your video format (NTSC if you live in Northern America, PAL if you live in Europe) and your screen resolution (4:3 or 16:9);
Set video quality, the highest the desired quality, the longer time it will take to be converted.
2. Set output file
Select the max target size, i.e. the size of the disk you will insert. If your project is big, you might have to use a double layer DVD (DVD9) to burn on. You can also insert a custom size manually.
The Output folder is the location where your converted file will be saved. You can edit the destination if you wish to.
Underneath you can see the Final quality indicator: this will give a good idea of the overall quality of the output file, depending on the project size and the DVD used (as set right above).
The project size depends on the file itself, if bonuses/subtitles/audio tracks/a menu/chapters have been added, so you can play around those parameters to reduce the size of your project if needed.
3. DVD Video Options
Enter the name of your project as it will be shown on the DVD menu. Select the menu of your choice from different templates with the drop down selection.
Now decide how you want the chapters to be implemented: as they're already set in the source file, or set an automatic generation (and indicate the frequency), or no chapters at all.
4. Burning Settings
Edit the name of your video if you wish, select the burner if you have more than one, and indicate the burning speed (we recommend to always use the lowest possible burning speed for best results)
If you click on Change write settings... this window will open:
There, you will be able to customize the burning parameters, like erasing rewritable disks without warning, opening the DVD tray at the end of the process and selecting the write method.
When you're done with all your settings, hit the next step button and that's it!
Step 3. Video Processing
- The Current file details will appear on the left.
You can untick the box Show video preview for a faster conversion.
Step 4. Burning Blu-ray videos to DVD
- If you haven't inserted a DVD in your burner, now it's time to do it.
The burning process will start automatically
- You can also decide to burn the conversion later, or burn another copy. To do this, click on the "wheel" icon at the top right hand corner, select Tools and Burn an already ripped DVD project
Then select your video in the window that opens, insert a DVD and you're done!
Step 5. Process completed
You'll get a video readable on any DVD player or media player with an outstanding quality!