You can save movies, pictures, and data files if you learn to burn a DVD.
You will need
- Blank DVD
- DVD drive
- DVD burner
Step 1 Save files Save the data files, pictures, videos, or music you want to burn in a folder on your computer.
Step 2 Insert blank DVD Insert the blank DVD into the disc drive. Some computers will automatically launch their DVD burner software; if that doesn’t happen, you will have to open your DVD burner software.
Go to the Start menu on a PC or to the Finder menu on a Mac to find DVD burner software.
Step 3 Burn DVD Choose the option to burn a DVD in your DVD burner program, and then follow the prompts. You will be prompted to find the files you want to burn.
Step 4 Choose quantity Choose the number of copies you want to make. Make sure you have enough blank discs to burn the number of copies you need.
Did you know? The DVD was invented jointly by nine major companies – including Sony, Panasonic, and Toshiba – in 1995.