How to Burn Multiple AVI Files to One DVD with Ease
Q: I have multiple videos in AVI format and I want to burn them to only one DVD disc (My DVD-9 can hold all my movies). Is there any possibility to burn a single DVD from multiple AVI files for playing on home DVD player?
A: It's quite easy to create a video DVD that can be played on DVD player from multiple AVI videos if you get the right DVD burning tool and the video size doesn't exceed your disc capacity.
Well, what you need now is a DVD burning program. Here Aimersoft DVD Burning Software is highly recommended to help you easily burn multiple AVI video to one DVD with customized DVD menu. In addition, it can also burn DVDs from MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV, WMV, M2TS, etc. DVD-5, DVD-9, DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, etc. are well supported for burning. If you're using a Mac, simply turn to Aimersoft DVD Maker for Mac to burn multiple AVI files to DVD on Mac OS X (including Lion and Mountain Lion). Now download the right version according to your situation and follow the steps below to create a DVD from your AVI files.
How to burn DVD from multiple AVI videos
Note that the step-by-step tutorial below uses Aimersoft DVD Creator for Windows (Including Windows 8) screenshots. For the detailed guide on converting multiple AVI video files to one DVD on Mac, please turn to DVD Creator for Mac User Guide.
1Add AVI files
Install and launch Aimersoft DVD Creator. Then click Import to add the AVI videos you want to burn to the program. Or simply drag videos to the item bar.
Tips: When adding files, please pay attention to the green bar at the bottom, which shows your video size. Make sure that the video size doesn't exceed the capacity of your DVD disc. And you can choose output video quality from "Standard", "High Quality" and "Fit to Disc" to ensure your DVD disc can hold the content.
2Edit your videos (Optional)
This DVD burning tool offers some video editing functions to let your personalize your videos. To edit a video, select it and click the "Edit" button beside it, then you will see the "Video Edit" window, where you can crop, rotate, trim videos, etc.
3Customize your DVD menu (Optional)
Lots of free static and dynamic DVD menu templates are provided. You can select one you like and customize it with your favorite photos, music, buttons, frames, etc. If you don't want to apply a DVD menu, you can simply select "No Menu".
When all settings are OK, insert a writable DVD disc into your computer's DVD drive and switch to Burn, set burning parameters following the instructions and click Burn to begin burn your multiple AVI movies to DVD. That's it. Just enjoy your videos on DVD player after the burning completes.
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