Burn an ISO image to a DVD disc with Any DVD Shrink

To burn an ISO image including DVD-5 ISO and DVD-9 ISO to a blank DVD-9 or DVD-5 disc with Any DVD Shrink, you must have a DVD burner. Then follow the steps below.


1. Insert a blank disc to the DVD burner.

2. Run Any DVD Shrink, click Burn to DVD button, then Any DVD Shrink will pop up a dialog like below.

Burning option of Any DVD Shrink

3. Click the ISO image icon to browse the ISO image on your hard disk.

4. Select the DVD burner in Output dropdown list.

5. Set burning speed.

6. Click Burn button to start making a DVD movie or a data DVD from the ISO image.



a. It's recommend to check "DVD+R double layer compatibility mode" if you are using DVD+R, DVD+RW discs.

b. The ISO image file can be a DVD movie or a data ISO.

c. If the ISO image is a DVD movie, DVD-9 ISO to DVD-9 disc, DVD-5 ISO to DVD-5 disc will get 1:1 DVD copy which means the burned DVD won't lose playback quality. However, DVD-9 ISO to DVD-5 disc will be shrinked that means quality loss. The burned DVD can be played on PC DVD players and standard DVD player with TV.

d. If the ISO image is a data ISO, it can't be shrinked. You must use DVD disc with enough space. The burned DVD can be only used on a computer.

e. It's recommended to use low burning speed to burn the DVD ISO to a DVD disc.

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