How to Burn a Quicktime Movie to a DVD Using a PC
QuickTime movies have a default video format of .mov. This is the format of choice for all Apple based hardware and software and isn't just limited to QuickTime. If you have a QuickTime file running on a PC, you are going to find the program does not directly support DVD burning. However, it is still possible to burn the .mov files onto a blank DVD while using any Windows computer system.
Things You'll Need
- DVD burner
- Blank DVD
Insert the blank DVD into the DVD burner of your Windows computer, and then close out the AutoPlay windows that load onto the screen.
Launch Windows Media Player (located on the "Start" menu), then click "Burn.
Choose "DVD" as the format of disc you want to create.
Choose "Burn List," and then click and drag the .mov QuickTime video into the pull-down menu.
Select "Start Burn" and Windows Media Player begins to write the .mov QuickTime video onto the blank DVD.