AVI to DVD Converter: How to Burn AVI to DVD on Windows & Mac
Last Updated on January 27, 2021 by Robert Jackson
We may constantly download some AVI movies online, or we can easily film an AVI video with a camera or phone.
If you plan to enjoy the AVI video on your big-screen, burning it to a DVD seems to be a perfect solution thanks to the low pricing of a blank DVD.
When your HDD space is running short, such an AVI-to-DVD conversion saves quite an amount of space on your hard drive. By the way, you won’t have to worry about data loss after you burn the AVI movie to the disc as long as the disc remains intact.
Knowing all the benefits of burning your AVI file to a DVD, I guess you can hardly wait to start the conversion. So, let’s get started to burn the AVI file to a DVD right away.
How to convert/burn AVI to DVD
To burn AVI or other formats to a DVD, you’d better use a professional AVI-to-DVD converter, which will guarantee you two things:
If you have no idea how to choose one from the endless scroll on Google, you may pick up the recommended Tipard DVD Creator.
Load up your AVI video to Tipard DVD Creator
Launch Tipard DVD Creator on your computer and choose to burn DVD Disc.
Click the Add Media File(s) button to browse and import your AVI file, or simply drag the AVI video to Tipard’s interface.
Set up for the imported AVI video
As Tipard finishes processing the AVI video, it will display the input file on the interface with available audio and subtitle.
Here, you may:
Click Next to proceed.
Design the menu for the movie disc
Now, let’s try to make your movie disc more appealing.
Here, you can use one built-in menu template.
Or you may design one by changing the background scene with the picture you like, adding background music, installing an opening film just like what Disney and Marvel do to their commercial discs. Also, you can change the words of the buttons and reposition those buttons.
Click the Burn button and move to the final step.
Finish the conversion
Here comes the final steps. Insert a blank DVD into the disc tray of your computer. Tick Burn to disc on Tipard and choose the DVD drive as the destination.
Then, decide the TV Standard for the AVI movie disc. For US users, please choose PAL, and for those who aren’t, choose NTSC.
Everything is on set now, hit Start to burn the AVI video to the disc.
Tipard DVD Creator will take a few minutes to complete the task and you can have an AVI movie disc after its completion. And try to keep the disc away from anything that will make it unplayable, including scratching, bending, heat, moisture, acid, etc.