Wednesday, May 18, 2011

How to Make an Blu-ray Menu and Burn into Blu-ray Disc?

I bought a new digital camera few days before and found it can record 1080i video with MP4 and M2TS format. But do you know that a 1080i video owns a large size and my 4G memory stick always overstretch. I believe you also met the same embarrassing situation when you found your hard driver is also full.

Sure, when you want to enjoy your video, you could just plug your camcorder into your TV and press Play, but then you need to delete it and you'd miss out on all the great HD features that Blu-ray has to offer. Now I'll show you how to create an attractive Blu-ray disc navigation menu, and burn the discs for playback on your Blu-ray player.

Here I will use Leawo Blu-ray Creator as Demonstration tool. You can download in the official website. (PS: it's free to try without time limited!)

Download it, install and run the program:

Step 1: Add files. Click on the "Add Video" icon to add files to the program for burning.

Step 2: Select Blu-ray or DVD menu template. When you click on the "Burn to DVD & Blu-ray" button it will switch to the menu template selection panel.

Step 3: Further settings of the output. Click on "Next" button and then it will turn to the panel in the following:

Step 4: Start to burn to DVD & Blu-ray. Click on the "Start" button to start burning.

Monday, December 27, 2010

Giveaway: Leawo MKV Converter Software, 2 Days Left

Leawo Software is giving out their award winning MKV Converter version for Christmas. The offers end 30th December 2010 (which is less than 2 days away). So, be quick to grab it now. Details after the break.

This giveaway allows users to download the full version of MKV Converter for free without any function limitation or watermark. Once they registered during the giveaway period, they could keep it as long as they like.(Other promotion: Buy AVI Converter with Only $9.95)

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How to get Leawo MKV Converter for free?

All you need is just visit this Leawo Giveaway Page, click the “Like” button and next fill the form with your name and a valid email address.

Then you will receive Leawo MKV Converter license code and the Download Link via your email.

Hope that you enjoy this giveaway. Do let your friends know about it. If you want to get notified about such Giveaway, you can subscribe to Leawo's newsletter.

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Sunday, December 5, 2010

How to import from iPhoto to iMovie

You may have a lot of videos which are taken by your camera in iPhoto already, but have some troubles in importing them to iMovie for editing. You may found that you can't drag the video clips by click "File" then "Import movies". So, go ahead!

There has two ways to import video from iPhoto to iMovie.
The first is very easy, import the video to iPhoto, then open iMovie(be sure your iMovie is 09 or later version) , click the iMovie menu, select "Events Library", you will see the iphoto videos, import them.

The other method is a little clumsy. Just use a video converter to convert the video to those iMovie supported. such like MP4, MOV, DV, MPEG-1, 3GP, M4V, and MP3, WAV, AIFF audio files, etc. that would be perfect.

I. Save your iPhoto video on the specific location on your computer hard disk.
II.Download a Mac video converter, which could convert your videos from iPhoto to iMovie supported ones. I recommend Leawo, for I'm her fans and it's hard to find a free video converter for mac(click here to download free mac video converter).

Then install -> launch software -> add videos -> select MPEG-4, DV or MOV as the output formats -> start convert -> finished.

III. After converted, you can import the video to iMovie and for the further edit.
Enjoy the editing in iMovie!