Some downloaded files are in Video_TS folder format. How to burn Video_TS files (DVD Folder) to DVD so that you can watch them on home DVD players or TV? The program listed below is the easy-to-use and top-user-rating tool to create DVD from Video_TS files. Just follow this guide to burn Video-TS to DVD for playback on any regular DVD player.
This recommended tool is Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate, an ideal DVD converter to help you copy Video_TS folders to DVD with high video quality. In addition, it can convert Video_TS files to any popular video/audio formats like MP4, MOV, M4V, AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, MP3, WMA, OGG, etc. for play anywhere you like. If you are using a Mac, turn to the equivalent Mac version called Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate for Mac. Now just get the right version of the DVD converter and follow the guide below to burn Video_TS files to DVD easily and quickly!
Download Video_TS to DVD Burner:
This guide takes the Windows (Including Windows 8) version for example. The way to burn Video_TS files to DVD on Mac OS X (Lion and Mountain Lion included) is the same. So just make sure you get the version.
Install and launch Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate and click "Burn" and open the DVD burning tab. Click "Add Files" to import the Video_TS folder. In addition, you can choose the audio track and subtitle for your video.
Choose "DVD" as the output format from "Profile" and click "Burn". Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate also offers several DVD templates as well as supports creating customized one. You can import special audios to make out personalized background music and create customized DVD menu by loading distinctive images. If you don't want a menu, simply select "No Menu".
Then, there are three output options for you to choose: DVD disc, DVD folder, or ISO file. If needed, you can adjust the technical aspects like ratio, DVD region, video quality and more. When all settings are complete, simply click to “Start”, and your DVD will be ready in a few minutes.
Here is the video tutorial on burning Video_TS folder to DVD: