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Video to Blu-ray Converter

If you have a large number of videos in different formats stored on your hard drive, you can convert these videos to Blu-rays to play on a Blu-ray player or share them with your friends. How to convert videos to Blu-ray? It would be easy if you have a great video to Blu-ray converter at hand. DVDFab Blu-ray Creator is the best video to Blu-ray converter that can convert any videos including MKV, MP4, AVI, TS, MOV, WMV, etc. to high-quality Blu-rays that can be played on a Blu-ray player. It also comes with a powerful editor for you to customize your own Blu-ray. This guide shows you how to convert videos to Blu-ray with DVDFab Blu-ray Creator.

 

Step 1: Load the video source

Run DVDFab 11, go to “Creator” module and load the video(s) you want to convert according to the instructions on the main interface.

 

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Step 2: Choose the Blu-ray Creator mode

Go to the mode switcher on the top-left corner to choose the Blu-ray Creator mode.

 

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Step 3: Customize your Blu-ray

Now you are able to customize your Blu-ray in your own way. You can choose the audio tracks and subtitles you like. In the Advanced Settings panel, you can choose the output as Blu-ray 50/25/9/5. And you can click the Set Menu icon to customize your own menu. 

 

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Step 4: Select a directory

If you want to get a Blu-ray that can be played on a physical Blu-ray player, you should choose your optical drive in the drop-down list box as the directory; if you prefer to convert the video to a Blu-ray folder, you should click the “Folder” icon to select a directory; if you want an ISO file, you should click the “Image” icon to select a directory.

 

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Step 5: Start the conversion process

Click the “Start” button to start the process of converting the video to a Blu-ray.

 

Do you also want to burn videos to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray? Click UHD Creator to learn more.