Roxio Video Copy & Convert: How to author DVD video discs without the menus

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You can use the Roxio Video Copy & Convert program in Easy CD & DVD Burning to author DVD video discs that do not have menus. This type of DVD can be used in demo booths where you want the video to keep playing in a loop until you stop it, or if you simply want the DVD to play right away upon inserting rather than having to select the video title from a menu.

Launching the Video Copy & Convert Application

Below are the instructions to follow to open Video Copy & Convert:

  1. Launch Easy CD & DVD Burning and click on the Video | Movies button tab on the left-hand side of the Home screen;

  2. If you own the Easy Video Copy & Convert 6 software suite, it will be the same thing - click on the Video-Movies tab from the Home screen;
  3. In the Video-Movies screen, click "Copy & Convert Video" under the Edit and Transfer section;

    Copy and convert video
     
  4. The Video Copy & Convert application window should come up on your screen, similar to the one below;

    Roxio Video Copy & Convert application window
     
  5. If you own the older Easy Video Copy & Convert 5, simply launch the application and you will get the Video Copy & Convert window right off the bat as this is a stand-alone application, unlike the above two, which are actually Roxio software suites.



    Note:
    • Easy Video Copy & Convert 5 is a legacy product that is no longer supported and is not compatible with current Windows operating systems, i.e., Windows 10 and 11. This version of the software was designed to run on Windows 7 and older.
     
  6. Depending on whether you want to copy a DVD or convert a video, click on the corresponding tab copy DVD | convert video at the top of the application window. This article focuses on authoring DVDs, which is under Convert Video.

Burning your video to DVD

Follow the steps below to create your DVD project and burn it with no menu.

  1. In the Video Copy & Convert window, click on the Movies button browse to and add the video clips you want to burn to DVD;

    Media selector window
     
  2. In the Choose Output box, select "General" as the category, and then select the "DVD" icon in the device profile selector. You may need to scroll either left or right if you don't see it right away.

    Choose to output to DVD
     
  3. If you added more than one video clip, you will have the option box for "Create a disc menu". Unmark the box if it is already marked, so it creates a menu-less DVD. If you added only one video clip, the DVD menu option will not be available, so you're good to go;

    Create a Disc menu option box
     
  4. You can click on the "Custom" button on the bottom right if you want to adjust the format settings. You can select to encode the DVD in PAL or NTSC here;

    Choose custom video format settings
     
  5. To burn your DVD project to DVD, select "Disc/Disc image" in the "Save file to" save file to disc or disc image drop-down menu;
  6. Click the big green button green burn buttonon the bottom right-hand corner to start burning;
  7. A dialog box will come up where you can adjust the burn settings. You can select the write speed and other options here, or which DVD burner to use if you have more than one;

    Burn setup dialog box
     
  8. Insert your blank DVD and click on the Ok button to start burning your project to DVD. A progress box will come up showing you the completion percentage for the burn session.

    DVD burn session progress bar
     
  9. It will show 100% in the progress bar once burning is done.

 

That's it. You now have a DVD video disc with no menus.

 

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