You will need
  • A computer running the Windows operating system (XP, Windows 7), Nero, Internet access
If you are running Windows 7, you to burn movies to a DVD without installing additional software. You can use the standard operating system tools. To do this, click on the video file you want to upload to disk. In the context menu select "send to", then in the ensuing window, optical drive (DVD/RW). In this way, send the video that you want to record. The amount of sent video files must not exceed disk capacity.
Insert a blank disc. Then go to "My computer" where you click, right-click the icon of the drive. In the appeared menu choose "Record". Window POPs up titled "How you plan to use disk. Select "With a CD/DVD player" and click "Next". Start the process of writing files to disk. At the end of the recording session, eject. It should open as on a computer and playable on any DVD player.
If you are running Windows XP, for recording video onto a DVD you will need to install the program. As system way on this operating system, you can only record CDs. Because their capacity is very small, record videos on them is impractical.
Download from the Internet program Nero and install it on your computer. Run the program. In the main menu select "favorites" at the bottom of the window that appears - "Create data DVD". POPs up a window where you can add files to write. In the upper right corner of the program window, click "Add" and select the video files that you want to throw on the disc. When the desired videos are added, click "Next". In the next window, click "Record." To begin the process of writing files to disk, after which you will be informed about the successful disk write. Click OK. Now the disk can be retrieved from the optical drive.