DVD Creator - Convert & Burn AVI Movies to DVD Easily
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- Today we'll take a look at how to burn AVI files to DVD on Windows.
AVI format is commonly used by many digital cameras and camcorders for motion video. AVI files are also a common way of sharing video files. You may get a lot of video files with .avi extension, if you have captured any video online or created any videos in video editing software. Even though AVI is convenient for playback on your computer, it is not so easy for you to watch AVI files on your television through your home DVD player. You need to burn AVI to DVD.
While there are several different utilities that will create an DVD from video files, one of our favorites is DVD Creator. Here we utilize this third-party program to finish the conversion of .AVI to DVD. It is a robust tool for you to create DVD disc, DVD folder and ISO files from virtually all common video formats, for example, WMV, MOV, FLV, 3GP, MP4, MPG, MPEG, and etc. The tool provides two versions based on Windows and Mac OS. If you want to burn AVI to DVD for Mac, please go to try DVD Creator for Mac.
Step 1: Import AVI files
Run the DVD Creator and load the AVI files you want to convert by clicking " + Import" button. Alternatively, drag the target AVI files directly into the board of this AVI to DVD converter.
Step 2: Edit AVI files (optional)
This AVI to DVD Burner offers an array of video editing tools including cropping, trimming, rotating, adding watermark, adding effects and so on. To do this, just highlight a video and right click it then choose "Edit" option to open the video editing window.
Step 3: Customize DVD Menu
Go to "Menu" tab to customize a menu for your DVD authoring. There are many of pre-set animated or static templates for your choice.
Step 4: Preview your DVD project
Before DVD burning, click "Preview" tab to check if everything goes well.
Step 5: Start converting AVI to DVD
Finally, simply click the "Burn" button to start burning avi movies to DVD and you can view the progress. The conversion time generally depends on the video size, video quality and burning speed.
DVD Creator for Windows Supported OS:
Operating System: Windows 8, Windows 7 (32bit / 64bit), Windows Vista (32bit / 64bit), Windows XP
DVD Creator for Mac Supported devices and OS:
Devices: iMac, Unibody Macbook, Mac Mini, Mac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and PC with Mac OS X
Operating System: MAC OS X 10.4 Tiger, OS X 10.5 Leopard (10.5.7, 10.5.8), OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, OS X 10.7 Lion and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
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