Guide2: How to convert and burn video files to DVD?
AVS Video Converter is a 30-in-1 multimedia solution which can convert video/audio, rip and burn DVD. It can also split, join, remove commercials, edit, rotate, apply effects, capture, transfer, copy DVD and movie files!
When you convert video files that you are going to watch later using DVD players or a personal computer, It is better to record them onto a CD or a DVD.
1. Loading files into the Video Converter
2. (Optional) Editing the video clips
3. Converting video files
Here you can select the file and quality settings from the preset list, including "DVD NTSC", "DVD PAL", "VCD NTSC", "VCD PAL", "High quality", "Standard play", etc.
Click "Advanced>>" button, hit "Aspect correction", and select aspect from "4:3" or "16:9", and crop scale if necessary.
When all the parameters are set and the preparations are made you can click the "Convert Now!" button to start the conversion process. If the file size is too big the following window will pop up suggesting that you choose additional conversion and burning parameters.
Select "Standard DVD disc" if you do not have a double-layer disc or your DVD drive does not support such discs. You can either use two single layer discs or shrink the video to fit one disc.
If you have a possibility to record a dual-layer disc it is recommended to use "Double-layer DVD disc" option.
After that you can click "OK" to start conversion.
4. Burning DVD