How to Copy an Internet Video to a DVD

By Jay Darrington

Many interesting and entertaining videos are available on the Internet. If they are videos you frequent a lot, you may want to download them and burn them to a DVD so that you can enjoy them anywhere you go, even if the computer you use is offline. Some DVD players can even play the burned DVDs as well.

Things You'll Need

  • DVD burning software
  • DVD writer
  • DVD (compatible with DVD writer)

Step 1

Convert and download the Internet video using an online converter such as Media Converter (see "Resources"). Download the file in MPEG format if possible.

Step 2

Open up your DVD burning software and insert the DVD into the computer.

Step 3

Drag and drop the Internet videos into the DVD burning software so they can be burnt onto a DVD.

Step 4

Burn and finalize the DVD. You will now be able to take the DVD and the videos anywhere you go.

Tips & Warnings

  • Using DVD authoring software such as DVD Flick makes your DVD more universal and capable of being viewed on any DVD Player.
  • Do not download videos without permission of the owner, unless the video is in the public domain.