Possibly you have gotten some FLV videos from online sites like Facebook, VEVO, etc. or received some FLV clips from friends. Now want to burn those FLV files to DVD so that you can watch them on DVD player or TV easily? Looking for the best way to burn FLV to DVD? Look no further. Right here you could learn how to burn FLV files to DVD for playing on any standard home DVD player or TV. This guide would offer you detailed solutions on how to convert FLV to DVD on Mac and Windows computer and some useful tips for burning FLV to DVD.

 

Part 1: How to Burn FLV to DVD on Mac

To burn FLV to DVD on Mac, certainly a piece of DVD authoring software is needed. For Mac users, Leawo FLV to DVD Converter for Mac is highly recommended. Besides converitng FLV to DVD on Mac, it also converts videos in popular formats like AVI, WMV, MKV, 3GP, MOV, etc. to DVD. Multiple video editing and disc menu designing features are available. You are allowed to burn FLV to DVD with NTSC or PAL TV standard, 4:3 or 16:9 video aspect, convert FLV to DVD disc, folder or ISO Image, etc.

Guide to Burn FLV to DVD on Mac with Leawo DVD Creator for Mac

Before you start to follow the below steps to convert FLV to DVD on Mac, you need to download and install Leawo DVD Creator for Mac on your computer, and insert a blank and writable DVD disc (DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, or DVD+RW) into the DVD recorder drive if you want to burn FLV to DVD disc.

1. Add source FLV videos

Click the "Add Video" button to browse and import source FLV files. You could also directly drag and drop FLV files to this FLV to DVD video converter. After loading files, you need to set output disc type (according to the disc you’ve inserted into the drive), aspect ratio and frame rate at the bottom.

2. Add a disc menu

On the right sidebar, you could see multiple disc menu template. You could select one to add a disc menu to output DVD movie. By clicking the middle of selected disc menu template, you could get instant preview. On the disc menu preview panel, you could click the pencil icon to enter menu designer interface to edit disc menu like adding background image/video/music, text editing, title editing, etc.

3. Set DVD TV standard

Open the program’s Preferrence panel on the menu bar and then click "Burn" tab to select DVD TV video mode from NTSC and PAL.

4. More burning settings

After setting output DVD TV standard, click the big green "Burn" button to call out the burning setting sidebar, where you need to set "Burn to", "Disc Label" and "Save to" options. Burn to option allows multiple choices. Click the bottom "Burn" button to start burning FLV to DVD on Mac.

Part 2: How to Burn FLV to DVD on Windows

For Windows users, there are more FLV to DVD video converter options out there to burn and convert FLV to DVD on PC. Leawo FLV to DVD Converter is the best choice for you. Just like its Mac version, the Windows edition provides multiple user friendly features for burning FLV to DVD, including: convert FLV to DVD-9/DVD-5, edit FLV videos and disc menu, choose to create either NTSC or PAL DVD video, etc.

With Leawo’s FLV to DVD converter downloaded and installed, you could then insert a blank DVD disc into the DVD recorder drive and get source FLV videos ready for converting. Launch the program and then follow the below steps to burn FLV to DVD on Windows.

1. Add source FLV videos

Click the "Add Video" button, or directly drag and drop source FLV files for adding to this FLV to DVD converter for burning. You could also load FLV video folder for batch FLV to DVD burning by clicking the inserted triangle button next to the "Add Video" button.

Note: After loading source FLV files, you need to set output disc type (according to the disc you’ve inserted into the drive), aspect ratio and frame rate at the bottom. Also, you could play back loaded FLV files, click the "Edit" icon to edit FLV fiels like adding signature, effect, etc.

2. Add a disc menu

On the right sidebar, you could see multiple disc menu template. You could select one to add a disc menu to output DVD movie. By clicking the middle of selected disc menu template, you could get instant preview. On the disc menu preview panel, you could click the pencil icon to enter menu designer interface to edit disc menu like adding background image/video/music, text editing, title editing, etc.

3. FLV to DVD burning settings

After setting disc menu, click the big green "Burn" button to set "Burn to", "Disc Label" and "Save to" options on the popup sidebar. "Burn to" option allows multiple choices.

Note:

  1. Click the wheel icon on the top-right corner and then select “Burn” tab to select DVD Video Mode (TV standard) from NTSC and PAL.
  2. To burn FLV to DVD disc, you need to choose DVD recorder drive as output under the “Burn to” option.

4. Start burning FLV to DVD

After burning settings, click the bottom "Burn" button on the popup sidebar to start burning FLV to DVD.

Part 3: Other FLV to DVD Converter Apps

With hardware DVD burner unchangeable, you could select better software DVD burner, aka XviD to DVD converter, to make XviD to DVD converting easier, smoothier and faster. There are dozens of DVD burner software tools to help you convert XviD to DVD format with satisfied quality and speed. In this post, we have collected 6 best XviD to DVD converter and burner tools for you. You could choose any one that meets your needs most.

DVD Flick

DVD Flick is an open source DVD authoring application for Windows developed by Dennis Meuwissen and released under the GNU General Public License. DVD Flick is capable of importing audio tracks, video files and subtitles, composing a DVD-Video movie and burning it to a disc – or creating an ISO image for later burning. Learn More

DVDStyler

DVDStyler is a Cross-platform DVD authoring tool with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux versions, using wxWidgets. It allows menu creation, buttons, and DVD previews. It is free software under the license GNU GPL. Some users have criticized the inclusion of adware in the installer (and the obfuscation of the "opt-out" option) in recent versions. Learn More

Windows DVD Maker

Windows DVD Maker is a feature you can use to make DVDs that you can watch on a computer or on a TV using a regular DVD player. The quickest way to make a DVD is to add pictures and videos in Windows DVD Maker, and then burn your DVD. If you want to get creative, you can customize the DVD menu style and text before you burn the DVD. Learn More

DeVeDe

DeVeDe is a free and open source DVD and CD authoring utility. DeVeDe produces disk images ready for authoring to CD or DVD, and allows to burn them to CD/DVD discs. The source material may be in any of a number of audio and video formats, and DeVeDe automatically converts the material to formats compatible with audio CD and video DVD standards, as used by CD and DVD player devices. DeVeDe uses other software packages, including Mplayer, MEncoder/FFmpeg, DVDAuthor, VCDImager and MKisofs, to perform the format conversions, and can use K3b or Brasero to burn an ISO image on Ubuntu, or a variety of other software on Windows. DeVeDe can handle source material in many popular video file formats, including .avi, .mp4, .mpg, and .mkv. Learn More

iDVD

iDVD is a discontinued DVD-creation application for OS X produced by Apple Inc. iDVD allows the user to burn QuickTime Movies, MP3 music, and digital photos to a DVD that was then played on a commercial DVD player. It is comparable to Windows DVD Maker, and was often considered the last step of Apple’s iLife suite, bringing together the results of all of the other iLife apps onto a removable medium. Learn More

Part 4: Tips on Burning FLV to DVD

The below lists some frequently asked questions on burning FLV to DVD. If you get more questions, please feel free to comment in the comment part.

  • 1. My FLV videos were downloaded from YouTube. Can these files be burned to DVD disc?
    Yes. Any kind of FLV files, even F4V files download online, could be burned to DVD disc with Leawo DVD Creator. Videos files with DRM protection couldn’t be burned to DVD disc directly.
  • 2. Which TV standard should I choose for burning FLV files to DVD disc?
    NTSC TV mode is used in the United States of American and Canada, while PAL is used in Australia, part of Asia, and some European countries. For details, please visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NTSC
  • 3. What DVD disc should I prepare for burning TV shows to DVD disc?
    To burn TV shows to DVD disc on Mac, you need to get a blank DVD-R/DVD+R/DVD+RW/DVD-RW discs, either DVD-9 or DVD-5. For detailed information about the differences between these DVD discs, please visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVD.
  • 4. What should I do if I want to add a signature to the burned DVD disc?
    Leawo DVD Creator allows you to add image or text watermark as signature. After importing source TV shows, select a TV show title and right click it, choose “Edit” option. On the popup windows, in “Watermark” tab, you could choose to add either image or text watermark as signature.
  • 5. Can I burn add subtitles?
    Yes. After loading source FLV files, you could select subtitles from source FLV files or add external subtitles as you like.
  • 6. Will the burned DVD disc playable on my DVD player?
    Yes. The burned DVD disc is a video DVD disc, which means it could be fully compatible with standalone DVD players. You could play it on any DVD player as you like.
  • 7. Can I add personal image as background picture of disc menu?
    Yes. Leawo DVD Creator allows you to import local image file as background picture for disc menu.
  • 8. Can I adjust disc menu background music?
    Yes. You could add a local music or video as background music within Leawo DVD Creator.
  • 9. How much space is needed on my computer hard drive?
    The hard drive space requirement is depending on the source FLV file size. It’s suggested there should be at least 5GB free space for burning a single layer DVD disc.