Another nice thing about this is that you can put a different picture on a backup of a copy of your DVD, if you don't like what it has on it (Like the one in the picture)
The images are bad quality because they were taken with my iPod, the DVD quality is much better than this.
Step 1: Step 1: Choosing a DVD (And Other Needed Items)
You will also need a printer that is capable of printing onto CDs/DVDs. I use the canon Pixma MG5200..
Step 2: Step 2: Copy the DVD Onto Your Computer
I like to create a folder called DVD in Local Disk C, and save the files there. You need to save it to your hard drive!
Step 3: Step 3: Burn the DVD Copy
Open IMGBurn and Choose "Write files to disk". Then click the icon that has a folder and a magnifying glass, and find the DVD folder on local dick c. Click it and press ok. When the button with files and an arrow pointing to a disk get color press it. Then press ok in the next few windows.
The burning process will take around 1-2 hours.
If you get a message saying that there isn't enough space, cancel everything. Start DVDShrink, and choose the DVD folder in local disk c as the source. Redo step 2, but save into a folder called DVD2, then do this step.
Step 4: Step 4: Making Your Disk Look Good
Google search for a picture of the DVD that you are copying, or scan the DVD if it has a good picture, and save it to your desktop. Then open it in your DVD labelling program.
For the DVD's I'm using you need to set the circle dimentions to match the ones in the picture.
Then line up the DVD picture so that it fills up the outline.
Slide the DVD tray into place in your printer and hit print.
Step 5: Step 5: Enjoy Your DVD!
Step 6: What We Just Did
I hope you enjoyed this instructable and learned something new.