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Old May 14, 2012, 01:43 AM
AlexYu1314 AlexYu1314 is offline
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Default MP4 to DVD Converter, convert and burn MP4 to DVD

"What is the best mp4 to dvd converting software avaliable for download? I am recording my sons football games on a samsung camcorder. It records in mp4 format. I need to convert it to dvd compatible format. I would like some options with the software as to main menu, music, etc. options. thanks"

To watch MP4 videos on TV using your home DVD player, you’ll have to convert MP4 to DVD. To do this, you need a MP4 to DVD Converter, here we recommend iOrgsoft MP4 to DVD Converter, an easy-to-use yet powerful MP4 to DVD Buner that lets you burn MP4, MPEG4, H.264 files to DVD disc.

MP4 to DVD Converter offers dozens of DVD menu templates for you to choose and you are able to add background music/picture to the menu. In addition, you can clip video segments, open file clip and adjust various video parameters such as frame size, audio track, subtitle language, audio quality and so on to burn customized DVDs.

Step by step to burn MP4 to DVD with AVI to DVD Converter
Step 1: Free download MP4 to DVD Converter and install it in your computer. You can see its main interface.

Step 2: Load video files
Click "File" button on the toolbar or click "File > Import" option from the main menu to load the video files you want to burn into the file list
MP4 to DVD Creator supports a large variety of video formats and you can burn MP4, MPEG4, H.264, AVI, MOV, MPEG, WMV, MTS, M2TS, AVCHD etc. to DVD disc.

Step 3: Create DVD menu
On the right of the panel below the Customize DVD Menu, there are three templates named LifeSeries, CartoonSeries, NatureSeries for you to choose from LifeSeries, select your favorite template from thisWindow to create a DVD menu instantly.

For further editing, please click the red circle setting button on your desired template to open "Customize" Window, where you can do the following settings like Background, Menu Title, Button Style an Frame.

Step 4: Adjust output settings and Start creating DVD
Click "Burn" button at the right bottom of the file list to start burning. meanwhile set up the Destination: Insert a recordable disc, and choose the disc you insert from the "Destination" drop-down list. Or choose "Save iso to" option to back up your video files onto your hard disk as ISO file

Optional: If you want to cut your video shorter, you can click the "Scissor" button next to the video you imported to help you clip your video by either setting the start time and the end time or drag the two slider bars to do it.

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