Ubuntu – What’s the best way to burn a video file to a DVD


I have a few high quality video files in a number of formats.

I'd like to burn them so I can watch them on my DVD player.

I'd like a program similar to Nero, which can transcode the files and burn them to a DVD, as well as doing things like automatically splitting the video up into chapters.

Quality is very important: My files are 1080p blu-ray rips, and I'd like control over video and audio quality.

Best Answer

  • I think Devede would be best for you in this situation. I use it myself regularly for multiple encodes to dvd with menus. sudo apt-get install devede