Windows Movie Maker
You can use Windows Movie Maker to capture audio and video to your computer from a digital video camera, and then use the captured content in your movies. You can also import existing audio, video, or still pictures into Windows Movie Maker to use in the movies you create.
After editing the audio and video content in Windows Movie Maker, which can include adding titles, video transitions, or effects, you can then save your final movie and share it with your friends and family. After you create a DVD, you can play the DVD in a DVD player and watch your movies and slide shows on TV.
The following steps explain how to use Windows DVD Maker to burn a DVD.
Troubleshoot problems with importing files into Windows Movie Maker
Troubleshoot problems with creating a DVD-Video using Windows DVD Maker