To burn DVDs on Windows computer is quite simple. There are so many free DVD burners available. For Windows 7 users, Windows DVD Maker is a great choice and DVD Flick and ImgBurn are the recommended burners for all Windows users. Certainly, it would be better if you have one frequently used DVD authoring software. Here I will set an example on DVD Flick and ImgBurn. You need to take these two tools to burn YouTube video to DVD on Windows, and they're both free. DVD Flick will change the YouTube videos to the proper DVD format and then ImgBurn will burn the converted videos to disc. Now, you can insert one blank DVD disc and launch DVD Flick to deal with how to burn YouTube videos to DVD.
How to Copy YouTube Video to DVD
Add YouTube Video(s)
1. Click the "Add title" button on the right to load your downloaded YouTube videos.
Project Setting for DVD Making
2. Head to "Project Setting" to customize the parameters:
A: On the general section, you can name your disc title.
B: On the Video tab, choose your DVD format:
- NTSC (for DVD playback in North America)
- PAL (for DVD playback in Europe and Asia).
C: On the Burning section, check the box "Burn project to disc".