Once you've got a movie, wedding video or homemade video on your hard drive, you can do all kinds of cool things with them. For example, you can burn it to a Blu-ray disc to keep it well and enjoy it with a better video effect. If you stuck for ideas on how to convert video to Blu-ray, try using a Bu-ray DVD Creator and I can tell you it's really easy to make that happen.
Part 1 What Can Blu-ray DVD Creator Do
If you've never done any optical disc burning before, it can be frustrating. But with the best Blu-ray burning software in hand, you can easily burn video to Blu-ray without pulling your hair out. Here is what Wondershare DVD Creator can do.1. Convert video to Blu-ray
Burn videos to DVD folder, ISO images files, DVD Disc or Blu-ray disc
Support a wide range of input files including: MP4, AVI, MOV, FLV, WMV, MKV, MTS, M2TS, HD, etc.
Create DVD slideshow with BMP, JPEG, TIFF and GIF images
Burn photo slideshow DVD for watching on TV
Provide 40 free DVD menu templates
Support drag-and-drop feature to change DVD menu display
Personalize DVD menu background with favorite songs and photos
Adjust brightness, contrast, saturation, and more
Add subtitle, picture, text and watermark to DVD videos
Part 2 How to Convert Video to Blu-ray Easily
Launch the software and select the second option in the main interface "Ceate a Blu-ray(BDMV) disc". After that, inset a black Blu-ray disc into your computer driver.
Click on "Add files" in the bottom-left corner to add the video file to the program. After that, click on "Edit" tab to enter the video editing interface. In this section, you are able to your video with specific options like trimming, adding effects, add watermark, video rotating, etc. But it's an optional step so if you don't need video editing, you can just skip this part.
Now go to "Menu" tab and you will able to see the interface as below. You can select the background music, add text, add photo and change template as you wish.
You can now go to "Preview" tab to take a preview of your video and then click on "Burn" tab to preset Blu-ray settings. You can change the settings including Burner, Encoder, Resolution, Frame Rate, Folder path, etc. When all is settled down, click on "Burn" to start burning.
Once the burning is finished, you will have a Blu-ray disc which you can use in your home Blu-ray player. And if you've also got interest on burning MP4 video to DVD, feel free to use Wondershare DVD Creator to finish the task.