Depending on your software, you may need to convert the file first
A free video conversion software can be found here.
On a Mac, the m4v files can be dragged and burned using Roxio's Toast software.
On windows, you can use NERO to burn the DVDs. Here are the instructions for NERO:
- Insert a blank DVD into the DVD writer drive. Open Nero Vision.
Make sure when opening to specify DVD-Video.
- Click the "Import" button and select "Import Files" from the drop-down menu.
When the browser pops up, select all of the M4V files you wish to convert and burn with Nero.
- Click the "Open" button to exit the browser and open the M4V files.
Put the files in the order you wish them to play, then click the "Next" button.
The "Edit Menu" screen will be displayed.
Here you can edit the menus and change names, but the defaults work just fine.
- Click the "Next" button when finished to go to the "Preview" screen.
Here you can check the results of the menu options by pressing the "Pre-Render" button.
- Click the "Next" button to bring up the "Burn Options" screen.
The parameters for burning and transcoding can be set here.
By default, Nero Vision will encode the files to the correct resolution and automatically
set the bitrate to match the space available on the DVD while still creating compliant Mpeg2 files.
- Press the "Burn" button, located where the previous "Next" buttons were, to start the transcoding
of the M4V files. After completion, the menus will be encoded and the files will be burned to the DVD.