It’s a easy way than ever to Write DVD, but it helps to know what you are Writing it for, as that can affect what you want to do. There are 3 types of DVD Writing:
1. Data DVD Write
A Data DVD is the simplest to Write, and will be what most people want to do. It involves directly Writing data files from a computer to a DVD, often for backup purposes. These files can be various documents, spreadsheets, music files, video files, photos and so on. Data DVD can be opened on any computer equipped with a DVD drive, and most modern DVD players for TVs can also browse and play audio, photos and video files directly.
Modern operating systems such as Windows 7 have a Data DVD Writing capability built in without the need for extra software.
2. Multimedia DVD Write
If you want to Write your photos, music or movies and have them easily playable on your DVD player, along with an interactive menu, making a Multimedia DVD would be your choice.
3. Copy and Write a Commercial DVD
Write DVD is a good way to make a backup, and ensure that the data is preserved even if the original DVD gets scratched or deteriorates over time. Copying any ordinary DVD is pretty easy, but copying a Commercial DVD with DRM protection might require special software that would crack the DVD’s DRM. This may be illegal in some places.