AVI to iDVD Burner - Burn AVI (DivX, Xvid) to DVD with iDVD for Mac OS

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Want to burn AVI to iDVD on Mac? DVD Burner for Mac is the simplest but powerful software for converting AVI, Divx, Xvid files to iDVD supported format: DV, MOV, MP4, MPEG.

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AVI to iDVD Burner - Burn AVI (DivX, Xvid) to DVD with iDVD for Mac OS

  1. 1. AVI to iDVD Burner - Burn AVI (DivX, Xvid) to DVD with iDVD for Mac OS Are you trying to burn a movie in .AVI format using iDVD, but for some reason can't get it to work? The. AVI file format is a container format which may contain audio and video codecs not supported by QuickTime and therefore not supported in iDVD. Is there any certain way to burn AVI to blank DVD using iDVD? Use HD Converter for Mac, you can convert AVI or other HD/SD video files to QuickTime movie .MOV for burning to DVD using iDVD. As the following three steps, you can easily convert AVI to MOV for preparing to burn AVI to iDVD on Mac OS. How to convert AVI to MOV for buring to DVD with iDVD? Step 1: Load AVI files Click "Add File" button to load AVI files to the Mac HD Converter, you can preview the loaded movies using the simple player on the interface. Step 2: Set AVI to MOV for iDVD Output AVI to iDVD supported movie format, and make new video settings by changing the video frame rate, audio bit rate, sample rate, etc.
  2. 2. Step 3: Specify output folder Define an output folder to save the final converted AVI files by clicking browse button.
  3. 3. Step 4: Convert AVI for iDVD Hit "Start" button, you'll see the AVI conversion process. And within several seconds, you can get the new movies as original ones.
  4. 4. Now, open the converted AVI files, you can burn AVI to DVD with iDVD burning software. Or, you can burn AVI to DVD on Mac diretly using DVD Creator for Mac, that means get rid of iDVD. Why not download the demo to have a try?

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