How to Burn AVI to DVD?
AVI, which stands for Audio Video Interleave, is a Container format used by Microsoft's Video for Windows multimedia framework. Since it was developed for Windows 3.1 in 1992 it lacks some features found in newer containers like MPEG or MP4, but is still widely used by consumers and even supported by some standalone DVD players. Although still supported in Windows, and suitable for certain formats like DV, it's not a good general purpose container, and even Microsoft uses other containers for their own video formats.
The only tool you need is Video Converter Ultimate. Apart from burning video to DVD, Video Converter Ultimate can also be used to rip DVD, convert video, remove DRM, download YouTube video, etc.
Step 1. Download and Install Video Converter Ultimate
Download Video Converter Ultimate and install it. Below is the main interface:
Step 2. Import AVI Video Files
Click the "Add" button to load AVI files from your computer hard drive. Or you can simply drag the files into the application (multiple AVI video files can be added at a time).
Step 3. Burn AVI to DVD
After the AVI files are imported, click to go to the "Burn to DVD" window, where you can choose a menu template, set background picture/music, etc for the output.
Click "Next" to make further DVD burning settings. You can choose to burn to DVD drive (insert a DVD disc first), burn to ISO file or burn to DVD folder. You can also specify the output path for the ISO file or DVD folder, choose TV Stardand (NTSC or PAL), Aspect Ratio, etc for the output. Besides, the software will estimate result file volume for you. Click "Start" and the whole DVD burning progress gets started.
The burning status will be clearly shown in the progress bar. After the whole burning process, you can get the output file and start to enjoy your favorite AVI movies on a DVD player.