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Windows DVD maker comes bundled with Windows 7 and makes great photo and video DVDs with minimal effort. If you’d like to create a photo and video DVD to capture and store memories to share with friends, this guide will show you how.

Create a Photo & Video DVD

To create a photo and video DVD:

1. Click the start button, type DVD, and click Windows DVD Maker.

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2. Click Choose Photos and Videos.

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3. Browse your hard drive for videos and pictures you’d like to include, and put them in the order you would like to see them in.

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After you select your videos, you can customize the menu text, menu, and slideshow.

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4. Click Customize menu. From here, you can change the font used, pick a video that runs in the background of the menu, and even add music.

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5. once you’ve customized the menu and the slideshow to your needs,you are ready to burn a DVD. Click Burn.

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Your DVD is now ready to share with friends and family (be sure to check it in your own DVD player first.) I wish this program was available to me in the past; there have been many times when I’ve created DVD with rickety software and nothing I’ve used use is both as simple and as solid as Windows DVD maker.



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