Today, iVoiceSoft will show you an easy way to create a Blu-ray disc using the professional Aiseesoft Blu-ray Creator. By producing a hard copy of a movie or video recorded by your camera device, you can access it at any time at the highest resolution. Let’s get started! (Scroll down for Video tutorial).
In this article:
- A blank Blu-ray disc (BD-25 or BD-50)
- Download & Install Aiseesoft Blu-ray Creator
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Step 1: Import videos to the Blu-ray Creator
First, connect the Blu-ray drive to your computer. Insert a blank Blu-ray disc to the BD drive.
Once you finish downloading and installing the Aiseesoft Blu-ray Creator, run the program.
Click on Add Files button to import your video files to the software program
You can easily drag and drop the files on the interface of the program for instance.
Step 2: Customize you video files
Check the video file and click Audio Track or Subtitle to edit audio file and subtitle for your video(s).
Step 3: Customize you own Blu-ray disc
It’s time to customize your Blu-ray disc using cool features of Aiseesoft Blu-ray Creator.
On the top right corner of menu bar, click on Edit button.
Once Edit Menu window appears, you can pick a template for your Blu-ray disc from the right pane. There are Classic templates, Festival templates, and even more for you to download from online store.
This Blu-ray creator also enables you to customize the button, frame or the font and color of the text.
Step 4: Burn your Blu-ray disc
Select your Blu-ray disc from the target area. Rename the volume label, select the copy number and the type of your Blu-ray disc.
Once all is done, click “Create” button to start burning your Blu-ray disc.
If the HD video file is large, and the Blu-ray creating process may take longer time than the DVD creating. Please wait patiently until it is completed. After that, you can enjoy your valuable HD videos on your Blu-ray player.
Check out the this video tutorial for quick guide: