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DVDFab Blu-ray Creator
DVDFab Blu-ray Creator is a newbie that help you create your own high quality Blu-ray movies from all sorts of video files on PC, its simplicity, reliability and efficacy will bring you your self-made Blu-ray movies with stunning elegancy.
Follow this tutorial below which gives great details to see how to make that happen.
1. Preparations: After starting DVDFab, direct to Blu-ray Creator option
1.1 Load source videos:
Click the yellow folder icon to choose the folder that contains the video files you are going to process, or click the film & paper icon right behind the folder to select the video files directly;
1.2 Set target:
The default target will go to your Blu-ray Writer directly, so make sure your blank disc is ready at hand; Or you can click the yellow folder icon to save the output Blu-ray movie folders to your computer and burn it at any later time.
1.3 Audio and subpicture:
Audio refers to the audio track you want in the final BD-video, subpicture means the subtitle stream you want, if there is no subtitle in the original video file, and you want to add your external ones, you can just click the “External Subtitle Settings” button to do this.
1.4 Output size:
Here you can decide the final Blu-ray size, choose one from six choices available at the dropdown menu.
1.5 Title Playback Order:
On the next page, you can arrange which title plays first and which next in your preferred sequence, by the four available buttons on the right lane. If you want to kick any title out, just highlight that specific title and then hit the “Remove Title” button.
2. Getting started:
Now, it comes the time to start the BD creating, insert a blank BD disc into your BD writer, and then click the “Start” button.
2.1 Under Info page, you can trace the detailed information, including error message, if any occurs.
2.2 Under Preview page, you can visually check the process progress.
2.3 Under Option page, you have your own decision to shut down your PC automatically after the processing task is over.
3. Completion of the task:
After about 1 hour or one and a half later, depending on the source video size, there will be a mini window popping up, indicating the process is done right. Then, close that window and take the BD disc out and check it out on your Blu-ray player.