You can use iTunes to create your own discs containing audio and video from your iTunes library. For instructions, click this link:
To make your own CD or DVD, you need:
A computer that can burn discs, or an external burner.
An iTunes playlist containing the music and video you want on the disc.
A blank disc.
If you have a CD-RW (CD Recordable, Read-Write) drive, you can use CD-R or CD-RW discs to create audio or data CDs that you can play on your computer. Some older stereos won’t recognize CD-RW discs.
If you have a DVD burner, you can also burn your files to DVD-R, or to DVD-RW or DVD+RW discs (if your drive supports DVD-RW burning). You can use data DVDs with your computer, but most commercial DVD players cannot read data DVD discs. (â€œRWâ€ stands for â€œread-writeâ€ and means the disc can be erased and reused.)
The number of songs a disc can hold depends on how the songs are encoded. A standard audio CD (650 MB) can hold about 20 songs, an MP3 disc about 150, and a data CD about 185 AAC song files. A DVD can hold almost five times as many songs as a CD.
Movies purchased from the iTunes Store can’t be burned to a DVD or VCD that will play in a DVD player or Video CD.
For more information about the drives that work with iTunes, visit the websites below.