How to Burn DVDs With HandBrake
HandBrake is a program that allows you to convert video files that are in unusable file formats to a new file that uses a better or more commonly used format. The program is useful for converting videos to a format for use on mobile devices that support video and converting movies to a single video file. You can burn converted files to a DVD using a different DVD burning program. You cannot burn a DVD directly with HandBrake, but you can first convert a video for burning.
Things You'll Need
- DVD burning program
- Recordable DVD
Open HandBrake on your computer. Click "Source" and select the option to use a DVD, video file or a previously ripped DVD folder.
Browse to find the file and open it. Wait for the file to be scanned. If the file is not a format that can be used by the program, this will be indicated on screen.
Click "Browse" to the right of "Destination" and select the computer desktop folder. Click "Start" and wait for the file to be converted to a new file.
Open the file that was created on the desktop with your DVD burning program. Use the program Windows DVD Maker, which is included with Windows, if you do not have a different program.
Insert a recordable DVD into your computer's disc drive. Follow the steps onscreen to burn the disc.