How to Install a DVDStyler on Ubuntu

There are various websites and platforms available by which anyone can download tools and games without having any issues. However, there is some software which is not available as they are present in DVDs. So these types require tools like DVDStyler for copying data from DVDs to the system.

DVDStyler is a free and excellent DVD writing tool with cross-platform support to read and write DVDs. With this tool, we can copy video documents on DVD to play on any independent DVD player. So if you also want to have DVDStyler, please read this tutorial as it has every possible way to install DVDStyler on Ubuntu.

Features of DVDStyler

  • DVDStyler has an easy-to-use option to create and copy DVD videos with an intelligent menu.
  • It has an option to create a DVD menu or select one from the menu layouts option.
  • It has an option to add different captions and soundtracks.
  • We can create a photo slideshow.

How to install DVDStyler on Ubuntu

In this section, we will explain the way to install DVDStyler on an Ubuntu machine:

First, open the command line terminal in Ubuntu by pressing CTRL, ALT, and T keys altogether and enter this command:

sudo add-apt-repository PPA:ubuntuhandbook1/dvdstyler

after downloading the repositories, execute the below command to update your system:

sudo apt-get update

Now use the below command to install DVDStyler:

sudo apt-get install dvdstyler

Once the system downloads and installs DVDStyler, then you can open it from the application menu.

How to Uninstall DVDStyler on Ubuntu

If you want to uninstall DVDStyler, then execute the below command to do it:

sudo apt remove --auto-remove dvdstyler dvdstyler-data

The above command will delete every file of DVDStyler.


So this was the brief information on the way to install DVDStyler on your Ubuntu machine. DVDStyler offers impressive features and options to read and write DVDs on Linux. If you liked the above information, please visit our official website to learn more tips & tricks for different operating systems.

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Prateek Jangid

A passionate Linux user for personal and professional reasons, always exploring what is new in the world of Linux and sharing with my readers.