How to Burn MP4 to DVD in Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1 with Free Tools

There can be more than one reasons why a person would want to burn his files to a DVD and while doing that not everyone wants to purchase a software as it can be a one-time thing, neither does the user want to go through a software that is hard to operate for such a simple task as burning some files to a DVD. Here, we have compiled a list of some of the most efficient and easy to use burning tools to burn MP4 to DVD in Windows. Also shows you how to burn MP4 to DVD in Windows 8 ( Windows 7 and 8.1) by using DVDStyler.

DVDStyler

DVDStyler is an easy and simple to use DVD burner. A user does not need protected video files in order to burn them on the DVD as users can simply grab any file they want and place them where they desire on the DVD. What’s great about DVDStyle is its simplicity as it is very easy and straight forward to use.

The user can also assign titles to each video or include templates and can even use the ‘’Play All menu Item’’ feature that is found on commercial DVD’s as well. We recommend this software to people who only want to make home DVDs out of it.
You can download DVDstyler here in official site. Installation is very simple. Open the program and create a new project, few settings can be done here.

How to Burn MP4 to DVD in Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1 with Free Tools
Select the template to show in DVD menu

How to Burn MP4 to DVD in Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1 with Free Tools

On the next screen, you can add the MP4 or any other video files to convert and burn as DVD in Windows 8 computer.

How to Burn MP4 to DVD in Windows 7, Windows 8 and 8.1 with Free Tools Click on the burn to DVD icon to start the process of MP4 to DVD. Even you can select the ISO format without writing it on physical DVD. ISO can used later with most of the recent Operating Systems to mount and play the DVD which was converted from MP4.

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Here are the Other Free Tools to Burn MP4 to DVD in Windows 7, 8 and 8.1

DVD Flick

DVD Flick is not an ordinary DVD burner as it supports over 60 audio codec, 60 video codec and over 45 video formats. Feel free to throw any combination of audio/video codec and video formats over it and it will support it and pick it up without a sweat.

The user can also do other stuff like creating a menu and adding subtitles to the DVD. Users don’t even have to set the bit rate for their final product as DVD Flick will configure the required bit rate its self. It will also help you create different chapters as well as set an aspect ratio.

Bombono DVD

Bombono DVD software sure has a funny name to it, but the things it can do makes up for its name. Bombono DVD can easily burn DVD player compatible DVDs.

Bombono DVD offers plenty of professional features like motion menus, subtitles, built-in transcoding, drag and drop feature, video viewer, menu editor and many more though there is one thing that we didn’t like about the software that it will cost users $25.

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Video to DVD Converter

Video to DVD Converter is a very simplistic software even more simplistic than all the software’s mentioned above and doesn’t offer a lot of features or you can say no features at all but does what its titles implies, which is converting your video files into a DVD player compatible DVD. User Interface of the software is its plus point as it’s very easy and simple to use as there aren’t many options available on the interface.

Conclusion:

All of these software’s mentioned above will get your job done without any disappointments. All of them are free for both Windows and Linux users aside from the one that we mentioned above.

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