VLC player is an open source free multimedia player that can play video files in many format, including AVI, WMV, MP4, MOV, DivX, etc. It can also play CDs, DVDs and various streaming protocols. If you want to burn the VLC media files to DVD for playback on your home DVD player or TV, just keep on reading to find out the solution.
Since VLC player supports many video formats, to convert VLC to DVD, you need to choose a DVD burning tool that supports almost all regular video formats. To make it simple, you can just get Aimersoft DVD Burner to get the work done in minutes. It can burn DVD from a variety of video formats, including AVI, WMV, FLV, MP4, MOV, MKV, ASF, MTS, MPG and tons of others. In addition, the built-in video editor allows you to freely edit your videos by cropping, trimming, rotating, adding video effects, etc. to achieve a better visual effect. Besides, lots of free DVD menu templates are provided to make your DVD look more professional. To burn VLC on Mac, you can use the equivalent Mac version called Aimersoft Mac DVD Burning Software. Now download the VLC to DVD burner and follow the below guide to easily convert VLC files to DVD disc for watching on DVD player and TV.
Download VLC to DVD Converter:
This guide uses DVD Creator for Windows (Windows 8 compatible) screenshots. If you are using a Mac, please download the Mac version and follow DVD Creator for Mac user guide to finish burning VLC files to DVD on Mac OS X (Mountain Lion).
Click the "Import" button to add VLC videos or simply drag them from your hard drive into the source pane. You can also add photos to make a photo DVD slideshow. As you can see, added files can be previewed on the right. When adding files, please pay attention to the green bar that shows the size of loaded files on the bottom.
Select a video clip and choose Edit to open the Video Edit window, where you can crop, trim, adjust effects, add watermarks, rotate, etc. to customize your videos.
Click "Menu" to customize your DVD menu. There are different styles of built-in templates, frames and buttons for your choice. You can even add text, background music and background image to customize the menu.
Insert a writable blank DVD disc to your computer DVD drive and go to "Burn" tab and click "Start" button to burn VLC video files to DVD. You can also save the files to ISO image file or DVD folder for burning later.
Download DVD Burner: