How to write video DVD folder to DVD?


For burning DVD folders you will use Soft4Boost Burning Studio. The program interface is very simple. You can make all actions in the same window: select an output drive, add files and folders to be written to DVD or CD and erase data from not-empty discs. As soon as you are ready just click the Start Burning! button to write files to DVD.

Step 1: Download and install Soft4Boost Burning Studio

Click here to download it. After the download is finished, run the S4BBurningStudio.exe file and follow the installation wizard instructions.

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Step 2: Run Soft4Boost Burning Studio and select the appropriate task

Click the DVD Video button at the top of the main window to create a DVD disc with your video DVD folder.

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Step 3: Add files and folders

Click Add DVD Video... button. In the opened Select DVD Video Folder window select a VIDEO_TS folder you want to write.

Now to add the folder you can:

  • drag-and-drop it to the main window,
  • OR click the right mouse button and select the Add option from the menu,
  • OR just click the Add button.

Note: on the disc size meter along the bottom of the interface you can see the size of added files.

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Step 4: Insert disc. Erase, if not empty

Select the necessary disc drive if you have several from the drop-down box. Then insert a DVD disc into the drive.

If it is not empty, click the Erase Disc button at the top of the main window. Select "Quick erase", then click the Erase button in the new window. Wait a minute to complete erasing. Close this window.

Note: if you do not erase a not-empty disc, Soft4Boost Burning Studio will delete all files from this disc before writing DVD folder to this disc.

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Step 5: Write files to DVD

Now click the Start Burning! button in the right bottom corner of the interface.

Note: before you start burning you can also specify the amount of disc copies, which you want to create, using the arrows in the Number of copies field.

That's all. Your DVD will be ready in several minutes!

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