Convert AVI movies to DVD
There are a lot of movies in the format of AVI on your computer to take over part of your computer's memory. Because you like them, you wouldn't like to delete them. How to store these AVI movies splendidly?
Burn them to DVD disc, this is quite a good idea to backup movies. You know, the common video formats can't directly copied. Even if you copied into the DVD, you can't play them formally.
First of all, you need to convert the AVI movies to DVD video format. Convert AVI to DVD, Kigo DVD Converter will be your best helper, which enables you to convert movies from all common video formats including AVI, FLV, 3GP, RMVB, etc. to DVD video NTSC Movie or DVD Video PAC Movie (*.mpg) with noncredible conversion speed and output quality.
Steps to convert AVI movies to DVD with DVD Converter
All the conversion process is very simple, just follow these few steps listed below:
Step 1: Download and install this AVI to DVD Converter
After the download is finished, follow the installation wizard instructions to install it, and then run the software.
Step 2: Import the videos you want to convert
Click "Add files" to import your AVI videos.
Except for AVI format, you can also add MP4, RMVB, FLV, 3GP, MKV and other popular formats videos.
Step 3: Output format, converted file's name and output path setting
You can choose one from Various video formats. Click "Profile" drop-down list and choose "DVD Video NTSC Movie(*.mpg)" in the Common Video Formats
Not only it supports DVD formats, there are kinds of presets for the popular video players like iPod, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Zune, iRiver, and so on.
After you set the output file's name and output path, you can still set the Video options for your special use.
Step 4. Check the options, and click "Encode" to start conversion.
After the conversion, you can start burning onto a blank DVD. Make sure that the disc is compatible with your drive. Choose a proper disc burning software and follow the instructions to do.
After the burning is over, you can enjoy the movie on your Home DVD Player freely.