How to burn Disney+ movies to DVD?

Emma
December 21, 2022

If you have a Disney+ subscription and want to burn Disney+ movies to DVD to play on your DVD player, you may feel unlucky. In general, you are not allowed to burn Disney+ videos to DVD. you can’t even find the downloaded files except in the Disney+ app. disney+ encodes its media content in an exclusive format designed to avoid sharing and piracy. Downloaded titles are split into several unknown data files and saved in a hidden folder. The full-length videos are only visible in the Disney+ application. In this case, the process of finding the downloaded videos is hard enough to make you feel bad, let alone burning them to DVD.

Here, you might be thinking: Can I download Disney+ movies as regular MP4 videos and burn them to DVD? Of course you can, but keep in mind that Disney+ does not give you the option to download Disney+ videos as MP4 or MKV files, so you will need to use a Disney+ video downloader. Please keep reading the text below, you will get an amazing tool that can help you download Disney+ videos and burn them to DVD.

Part 1 Download Disney+ movies in MP4 with Pazu

Pazu Disney+ Video Downloader is able to download unlimited movies and TV shows from Disney+ on Windows and Mac without the need of Disney+ application. It supports downloading Disney Plus videos in MP4 or MKV format and retains audio tracks and subtitle files in multiple languages. Pazu Disney+ Video Downloader has an intelligent search engine, and an advanced download core to help you download high quality Disney+ videos on Mac and Windows.

Disney+ Video Downloader

Download Disney+ movies & TV shows to MP4 with HD quality. 

  • Download movies & TV shows from Disney+.
  • Download video in 720P.
  • Preserve audio tracks and subtitles.
  • Fast downloading speed.

The following is the detailed tutorial to download movies and TV shows from Disney+ with Pazu Disney+ Video Downloader.

Step 1. Run Pazu Disney+ Video Downloader on your Mac or Windows

Download, install and launch Pazu Disney+ Video Downloader on your Mac or Windows. Log in your Disney+ account. Click the key icon and enter your registration code to unlock the full version if you have purchased a registration. If you haven’t, go ahead with the free trial version.

Step 2. Search Black Widow

Type Black Widow in the search field and click the search icon.

Or copy and paste the link from the Disney Plus web player. Pazu Disney+ Video Downloader will search for the content quickly and display the most related videos on the interface.

Step 3. Customize the output settings

Click the Settings icon on the upper right corner of the interface. Here you can set the output format as MKV, choose the video codec, and select the language of audio tracks and subtitles as needed.

  • Video format: MP4 or MKV
  • Video codec: H264 or H265
  • Audio language: English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese
  • Subtitle language: English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese

Step 4. Start downloading Black Widow to MP4

Click Download button on the right side. The downloading begins.

Part 2 Burn Disney+ downloads to DVD

Let’s get started. Log into your Windows machine and insert a blank recordable CD or DVD into your optical drive. A window titled “Burn a Disc” will appear. This dialog asks you how you want Windows to handle writing the disc. Choose “With a CD/DVD player”.

Your optical disc drive will open in a File Explorer window. In the window, you’ll see a header labeled “Files Ready to Be Written to the Disc.” Drag and drop (or copy and paste) the downloaded Disney+ movies into this window. Select “Drive Tools” in the toolbar menu of the File Explorer window, then select “Finish Burning.”

A “Burn To Disc” wizard will appear. Enter a title for the disc, then select recording speed. It’s usually safe to pick the highest speed possible. Then click “Next.”

When the process is complete, the disc will automatically eject from your optical media drive. Now the Disney+ movies have been burned to your DVD. You can watch Disney+ on any DVD player.