2018 Mother’s Day is coming and what kinds of gift will you give to your Mom? Flowers? Love-you card? There are a great many ideas if you search for “mother’s day gift” and I always think we should do the best to give a unique Mother’s day gift and creating a slideshow from the photos with our Mom and/or burning the slideshow to DVD is what I think the most personalized and best gift for the 2018 Mother’s Day. And in this post I will share my experience on how to create a photo slideshow and burn photo directly to DVDs as slideshow.
Leawo DVD Creator
In one of my previous post, I introduced 4 ways to fully backup your videos, recordings and photos and I have promised to have a detailed guide on how to backup and burn MP4, WMV, AVI, MKV or ISO videos to DVD. My reason for burning videos, recordings or even photos to a Bluray or DVD disc as a backup is quite simple: data on discs can be kept much longer than on hard drives. You can also create playable DVDs from any video for sharing with your families and friends.
And today I’m gonna show your 4 100% working ways for the video backup you record with your iPhone, iPad as well as many other iOS or Android devices. You are able to back-up your videos to cloud directly on your phone, but for the other three, I suggest you to backup them first to computers before we continue.
I see those movies are DRM protected and I have a utility that can remove the iTunes video’s DRM restrictions and I would like to burn them onto discs that will play on any region DVD players. Below is how I remove iTunes DRM and burn iTunes videos to DVD so as to play DRM content.
MKV stands for “Matroska Video”. MKV is open and free. No one holds patents or licenses and anyone can implement it freely. There are many more things we can do with MKV files on Windows and Mac. And, there in the post, I will show you all possible MKV solution on how to play MKV, convert MKV to MP4, AVI, WMV and burn MKV back to DVD on Windows and macOS and how to transfer MKV to iOS and Android devices.
While talking about watching DVD movies, I am always looking to do two things and what I recommend today is how I copy my zone 2 DVDs to zone 1 DVDs and burn M4V files back to DVD for region 1 DVD players.