Click "Burn" button on the sub-menu of Leawo Video Converter Ultimate to enter the burning interface.
Step 1: Import source video files
Click the “Add Video” button to load source video files or video folders, or directly drag and drop source video files or video folders into the program. After importing, you can set the target disc type, quality and aspect ratio at the bottom of the program.
Step 2: Set disc menu
On the right sidebar, you can select a menu template for your DVD disc. The program offers built-in menu templates and online menu templates. You could select from “Built-in” templates or download more templates from "Online" menu center. By clicking the middle of the selected disc menu, you could get an instant preview.
Step 3: Customize disc menu
You could also customize disc menu as you like. You could click the pencil icon on the disc menu previewing panel to enter the disc menu editing window, on which you could rename titles, adjust title position, change text font, size and color, add background music, apply background image/video, etc. The editing work could be done on both main menu and chapter list panel. Save the customized disc menu by clicking the blue "Save Template" button .
Step 4: Start burning
Click the green "Burn" button to pop up a sidebar where you need to set "Burn to", "Disc Label" and "Save to" options, and then click the "Burn" button at the bottom to start burning video files to DVD content.
You could also directly back up ISO file onto DVD disc in one click.
Step 1: Import ISO file
Click "Add Video" button and then select "Add iso file" option to browse and choose source ISO image file, or you could directly drag and drop ISO image file into this Burn module.
Step 2: Start to burn ISO to disc
After the ISO image file has been imported, an "Add iso file" window will pop up immediately. On the popup window, you need to set "Copy to" and "Disc Label" options. After that, click the "Burn" button to start burning ISO file to DVD disc. Please note that a blank and writable disc should be inserted into your DVD drive beforehand.