How to Use Leawo UHD Creator - Burn Photo to 4K Blu-ray

With Leawo UHD Creator, you could also burn photos to 4K Blu-ray photo slideshow in disc, folder and/or ISO image file. Make sure your photos are saved in JPG, JPEG, PNG, or BMP format. Leawo UHD Creator will automatically generate photos into photo slideshow and then let you burn generated photo slideshow to 4K Blu-ray file easily.

Step 1: Add source photo files or folder

On "Burn" module, click the "Add Photo" button. You then will be able to add either photo files or photo folder.

Upon loading, Leawo UHD Creator will automatically convert photos into photo slideshow. After loading photos, you then could play back generated photo slideshow, view the details of generated photo slideshow, rename generated photo slideshow, click the edit icon to edit generated photo slideshow, etc.

Note: To burn photos to 4K Blu-ray, at the bottom left corner, click the first drop-down button and then choose one from BD-25 3840X2160, BD-50 3840X2160, BD-66 3840X2160 and BD-100 3840X2160 option according to the 4K Blu-ray disc type you want to create. And then set the "Fit to disc" and aspect ratio here. You could view required space at the bottom as well.

Step 2: Add disc menu (optional)

Similar to burning videos to 4K Blu-ray, it’s also possible and optional for adding disc menu in photo to 4K Blu-ray burning. The operation is exactly the same as that of adding disc menu for video to 4K Blu-ray burning. Please refer to that part for detailed operation.

Step 3: Edit generated photo slideshow

You could edit video and audio of generated photo slideshow video by clicking the edit icon ( or ) right in every loaded video title.

1. Video editing

On the "Video" editing panel, you could insert/remove photos, drag photos for order adjusting, set the output video effect including photo duration, transition duration and transition effect, etc.

2. Audio editing

On the "Audio" tab, you could click the "Add Music" button to add background music for generated photo slideshow video, and then set the background music effect like fade in, fade out and loop play, as well as add more background music or delete loaded music. In the end, click "OK" button to save and quit the editing panel.

Step 4: More photo to 4K Blu-ray burning settings

Now, click the green "Burn" button to call out the burning settings panel, where you need to complete settings including:

  • Burn to: Decide what 4K Blu-ray file type you want to create, Folder, ISO Image File, and/or 4K Blu-ray disc. This setting allows multiple choices. If you want to create 4K Blu-ray disc, make sure you have inserted a writable 4K Blu-ray disc into the UHD drive that’s connected to your computer.
  • Disc Label: Give the output 4K Blu-ray file a name.
  • Save to: Set a hard drive to handle the 4K Blu-ray burning and save the output 4K Blu-ray photo slideshow. Make sure you have chosen a hard drive that has enough space. You could view required space here.

Right next to the folder icon , you could see a clickable drop-down button, which lets you decide how many 4K Blu-ray disc copies you want to create. This is available only when you have chosen to create 4K Blu-ray disc option under the "Burn to" section.

Step 5: Start burning photos to 4K Blu-ray

Finally, click the "Burn" button at the bottom of the sidebar to start burning photos to 4K Blu-ray within Leawo UHD Creator. On the "Burning" interface, you could view the entire burning process and set after-done operation at the bottom right corner.

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