How to burn avi video to dvd
AVI stands for Audio Video Interleave. It is a special case of the RIFF (Resource Interchange File Format). AVI is defined by Microsoft. AVI is the most common format for audio/video data on the PC. AVI is an example of a de facto (by fact) standard.
what's dvd burner ?
A DVD burner is a device used to encode or "burn" information onto a blank DVD. A DVD is a form of storage media 12 cm (4.72 inches) or 8 cm (3.15 inches) across that can typically hold 4.7 gigabytes (GB) of information, enough to hold a three-hour movie at high quality, or ten TV episodes, or about 75 hours of .mp3 files, or roughly 15 hours of video in the lower-grade .avi format. The DVD is thought of as the successor to the conventional CD (compact disk). Common formats include DVD-R and DVD-RW, a rewritable version of the DVD.
step by step guide on how to burn avi video to dvd
Download Video Converter, install and run it.
Step1. Click "Browse"to import your AVIs in the software. Or select and drop them in! Double click the file name to have an instant preview.
Step2. Click "Edit Profile" to adjust video effects, trim for a video clip and crop for a proper video dimension. Choose "DVD-Video Format( *.vob)", and set the output folder in "Browse".
Step 3: Settings of AVI to DVD Converter.
(1) Click drop-down button next to “Edit Profile” on the main interface to find the suitable quality for your output.
(2) Click “Edit Profile” to open the “Settings” interface to make detail settings for output audio and video, such as audio and video codec, quality, bit rate, video frame rate, video size, audio sample rate, etc.
Step4. Click “Convert” button in the bottom left to start the AVI to DVD Converter, and then burn your VOB files to a DVD or CD for easier carrying. Fast conversion speed!
on Jul 29, 2010 | Computer Utilities & Maintenance