Leawo Blu-ray Creator is a perfect software and definitely be my first choice for burn video to Blu-ray disc.
I recently downloaded the first Harry Potter movie in MKV format online, and I was surprised by its high resolution and sharpness. And suddenly I had this idea of playing this movie on my Blu-ray player in order to make full use of its high resolution. So I went online and tried to find a program with the ability to burn video to Blu-ray disk. And that’s how I found the Leawo Blu-ray Creator.
The Leawo Blu-ray Creator has basically all the features I would possibly need to burn video to Blu-ray disc. First and undoubtedly, it supports burn video to Blu-ray or DVD disc. And it’s capable of creating a photo slideshow and burning it to a disc. Another fun feature it has is that it can convert 2D video into 3D.
My original plan was burn video to Blu-ray disc and the Leawo Blu-ray Creator had got the job done nicely. The Leawo Blu-ray Creator supports burning videos to 4 different types of discs: DVD-5, DVD-9, BD25, and BD50. And when it comes to Blu-ray disc, there are more options available. A movie can be burnt to BD25 and BD50 disc in two different resolutions: 1280*720 and 1920*1080. Basically all the popular types of discs out there on the market can be found to be supported by this program. External subtitles can be added to the video but it can only output one subtitle file.
There are some practical built-in video editing features which allow users to trim, crop the video, add watermark and effect to the video and last but not least, convert video from 2D to 3D.
And delightfully I found that the Blu-ray menu is highly customizable. The preview window, the words used on the menu, the button layout and the background, all of which can be adjusted and changed according to personal preferences. Besides burn video to Blu-ray disc, it can also burn ISO files and photo slideshows to disc.
The Leawo Blu-ray Creator is powerful not perfect, though. It’s got some minor flaws that could bring negative effect to the user experience. For example, it can’t output more than one subtitles file and it’s priced at $39.95, which could be a deal breaker for some people.
I used Leawo Blu-ray Creator to burn my Harry Potter movie in MKV to Blu-ray Disc and so far I’m pretty satisfied with the output. The intuitive interface, highly customizable disc menu and practical video editing features show that the company caters to what consumers want and like. And now I get to enjoy the joyful HD video watching experience which is brought to me by the Leawo Blu-ray Creator. It hasn’t been a perfect program during usage, but it would definitely be my first choice for burn video to Blu-ray disc.