If you have some videos, sometimes you may feel the need to convert them to ISO files. In this situation, what you need is an all-in-one ISO creator. There is a lot of software tools out there that can do the job, but only a few of them stand out. In this post, I will introduce the best ISO creators to you and lead you to convert videos like MP4, MPEG, AVI, MKV, etc. to ISO step by step.

Part 1: How to convert video to ISO using Leawo DVD Creator

Leawo DVD Creator can convert video files in more than 180 formats like AVI, MKV, MP4, WMV, Xvid, MOV, FLV, etc. to ISO file at very high speed without any quality loss. You can take a few steps to create DVD easily from many kinds of videos like homemade videos, movie clips, etc. What’s more, this software has various built-in editing tools, so you can crop, trim, or rotate your videos before converting and you can add video effects to make your unique masterpiece as your preference. Also with the ISO creator, you can make your own DVD menu with 40+ preset free disc menu templates.


>6X higher burning speed with the support of acceleration technology

>DVD menu templates are offered free and customizable

>High output quality like the original video

>Video editing: trim video, crop video, add watermark or 3D effect and more

>Choose subtitle and audio track as you like

>All changes in the video can be seen and previewed before burning

>Take a screenshot of the video and save it while playing the video


>Can't directly burn audio file to DVD

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Step 1: Download and install Leawo DVD Creator from the above links according to your computer system. Then launch it and click “Blu-ray/DVD Creator” tab to enter the DVD Creator module.


Step 2: Directly drag and drop the target video file to the interface or select Add Video>Add Video/Add Video Folder to import the source file.


Step 3: You are able to click two drop-down menus in the video list to select subtitle and audio track or even import subtitle from local files. Next, you can choose disc type on the lower left corner tab from the options of DVD-9, DVD-5, and choose “Fit to disc” for best resolution. Then you can set the video aspect ratio between 4:3 and 16:9. At last, the final output file size will be shown on the green bar at the bottom of the interface.


Step 4: You can choose your favourite template from 40+ beautiful DVD menu templates provided by Leawo DVD Creator (on the right sidebar). For further editing, some functions like editing the name of DVD menu, changing font size, font colour, and more are useful for you. Background can be static or dynamic, so an image or a video from your local files is available. You can not only add background music from your computer, but also adjust its duration time and set interesting effects like fade in, fade out and loop play. In the end, the settings you did can be saved to custom, and you can use the custom template next time.


Step 5: Jump back to the previews interface by clicking the button at the upper left with 4 rectangles on it. Now you can enter the editor to change the video’s style by clicking the pencil-like icon. Functions list in the left side of the interface can be used to create your own video.

If the length of the video is too long for you, you can trim the video by directly inputting values or dragging the green bar under the video progress bar. It also allows you to edit text or add image as watermark. Besides, you can adjust its position, transparency, etc. If you want to see the video in the same size but with different width, you are allowed to crop the video to the width you like. What’s more, You can drag the bars to change the watching effects as you like. Leawo DVD Creator has a 3D mode of video for users, you can choose one from six types of 3D modes. If your video has some noise, use the function of removing noise.


Step 6: When all the settings are finished, you can click the green Burn button and then rename the disc label and choose output path from your computer. Here we need to tick ISO File option to output ISO image file. Leawo DVD Creator also allows you to output DVD folder, or even burn video into a disc (if you have inserted a blank writable disc into the CD-ROM). Finally, the burning will begin by clicking the round Burn button.


Part 2: How to convert video to ISO using Freemake Video Converter

This free video converter can convert video to AVI, MP4, WMV, MKV, MPEG, FLV, SWF, 3GP, DVD, MP3, iPod, iPhone, PSP, Android, ripping and burning DVDs, converting FLV from over 50 websites and online video. It also can burn Blu-ray, and upload video to YouTube.


>Convert online videos directly from over 50 websites

>Video converter with subtitle support

>Make slideshows and visualizations


>Lack of DVD menu templates

>Can’t add background music to the video

Step 1: Download Freemake Video Converter and install it. Start it and add the target video. If you have many videos, please add them in the order.


Step 2: After adding videos, click “to DVD” icon on the interface. You have to select some settings before burning, and select your burner, insert a blank disc. Start burning by clicking Burn. Besides, You can make multiple DVD copies and save the output DVD video as an ISO image or DVD folder to your computer.


Part 3: How to convert video to ISO using ImgBurn

ImgBurn is a lightweight CD/DVD/HD/Blu-ray burning application. It supports a wide range of image file formats - including BIN, CCD, CDI, CUE, DI, DVD, GI, etc. And it can burn Audio CD’s from any file type supported via DirectShow/ACM. It has several Modes, each one for performing a different task, like Read, Build, Write and more.


>It supports Unicode folder/file names

>It supports all the Microsoft Windows OS’s

>An image queue system for when you’re burning several images


>Lack of video editing functions

>The video can’t be seen and previewed before burning

Step 1: Down ImgBurn from the website and Load it. Switch to 'Write' mode in the interface to begin.


Step 2: Insert a disc and you can select Image to burn, just click the two icons on the right side of the Source. If you want to burn your video to ISO, click the disc-like icon below.


Step 3: Click the folder tab to choose the output path for the video, and the burning to ISO will start.


Part 4: Comparisons

Firstly, when talking about burning speed, Leawo DVD Creator’s burning speed is 6X higher that other burning software programs. When it comes to the editing functions of videos, Leawo DVD Creator is the most flexible application with several advanced features compared to other two sorts of software. It provides useful functions like cropping video size, adding watermark, making 3D DVD, adjusting video effect and so on. For audio experience, you are able to add the music as the background music to DVD menu and the audio track can be changed and the noise in the video can be blocked. Furthermore, the output video’s quality is as good as the original one after the burning process.

In conclusion, as a easy-to-use and professional video creator, Leawo DVD Creator allows you to enjoy the best video to ISO burning experience. From several points mentioned above, Leawo DVD Creator is the best burning software I want to recommend to you. Finally, I would like to list a chart in order to let you know more details about the three products.


Leawo DVD Creator

Freemake Video Converter


Convert video to DVD

Convert photo to DVD

Output ISO file

Add watermark

Trim video length

Crop video size

Choose or add subtitle

Add background music

Adjust special video effects

Preset DVD menu templates

Remove noise from video

Preview video before burning

Make 3D movie

Merge videos

Choose audio track