Using Windows Media Player to Burn DVDs
Date Added: Mar 07, 2011
|Many of us are aware of the fact that Windows Media Player is a very useful piece of software that has the capability to meet all the standards of a majority of audio video entertainment needs. However you may be surprised to that you can even use Windows Media Player to burn DVDs with ease. Read on to learn in depth about using Windows Media Player for burning DVDs through the following tips.
The first step in using Windows Media Player to burn DVDs is to click on the Start button and then on All Programs. You will notice Windows Media Player as an option there, so click on it and launch the program. After this, you need to click on the Burn tab and then on Data CD or DVD. This is an option allowing you to burn a data DVD disc instantly.
Next step is to insert a blank DVD disc in the DVD-ROM drive. Make sure to close Autoplay option if it appears in between. One of the best things to use Windows Media Player is that it has the ability to automatically recognize the DVD disc. Do not forget to Clear List Pane if it is required to remove the previously burned files. In case you are looking at specialized applications for DVD burning, please visit our section on download dvd burner software
Now, you need to drag the items in the list pane in an order that you wish. Just by clicking on Remove from list with the help of a right click can delete a chosen file from Windows Media Player. Last and the most important step is to click on Start Burn option when you feel that the list is finally ready. Keep in mind that the burning time for a DVD will depend on the number of files and their size.
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