"Have been downloading a series of full HD (1080p) F4V videos and planned to watch F4V videos on DVD players. But after reading about F4V to DVD being inferior in quality for playback, now I’m planning to burn F4V to Blu-ray and watch F4V on Blu-ray players. What will the quality of the videos be like in blue-ray format, how to burn F4V to Blu-ray and what F4V to Blu-ray converter should I use? Appreciate any response. Thanks."
You must also meet such kind of problems if you are a fancier for HD quality playback on Blu-ray players. Currently, HD (1080P) F4V videos are everywhere online available for freely enjoyment. But if you want to make full use of these HD (1080P) F4V videos on your Blu-ray players, you will need to convert/create F4V to Blu-ray files firstly with a F4V to Blu-ray burner.
Leawo F4V to Blu-ray converter is just such kind of F4V to Blu-ray burning program for you to freely burn F4V to Blu-ray files so as to let you freely watch HD F4V on Blu-ray in full 1080P playback. This F4V to Blu-ray maker is able to burn F4V to Blu-ray discs (BD-25, BD-50), create multiple DVDs (DVD-5, DVD-9) and generate ISO Image for further uses.
Import source F4V to Blu-ray burner
Click "Add Video" button on the menu bar to load source F4V video files to Leawo F4V to Blu-ray converter for burning.
Edit F4V files (optional)
Freely edit sourceF4V files in video edit panel by clicking Edit button, including: Trim, Crop, Effect, Watermark, etc.
DIY Blu-ray disc menu
Click the big "Burn to Blu-ray" button to enter the disc menu interface to DIY disc menu and templates.
More settings for Blu-ray disc creation
Do more related settings to convert F4V to Blu-ray with this F4V to Blu-ray Converter by clicking Next button.
Burn F4V to Blu-ray
Click the Start button to to convert/create F4V to Blu-ray within Leawo F4V to Blu-ray Creator.
Convert and burn all popular videos to Blu-ray/DVD with free yet gorgeous disc DIY menus.
Platfrom: Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7
F4V is the streaming media format created by Adobe Company in order to meet the high-definition era following the FLV format, which supports the H.264 format. It is based on the ISO base media file format and is supported starting with Flash Player 9 update 3. F4V is a default online video format by various online sites including YouTube, Hulu, VEVO, Yahoo! Video, metacafe, Reuters.com, and more.