H.264 to DVD: How to Burn H.264 Files to DVD Discs
H.264 stands for H.264/MPEG-4 Part 10 or AVC, which is a video compression standard commonly used for the recording, compression, and distribution of high definition video, including HDTV, Blu-ray and HD DVD. H.264 is able to provide good video quality with lower file size and at lower bit rates than other standards like MPEG-2, H.263, or MPEG-4 Part 2 (MP4).
H.264 or MPEG-4 AVC is only the codec to compress video. They may be wrapped into different file container formats, including AVI, MOV, MP4, WMV, ASF, TS, M2TS, etc. To burn H.264 files to DVD, what you need is a H.264 to DVD converter. Naturally, we at Wondershare recommend DVD Creator (DVD Creator for Mac) which supports burning all kinds of video files encoded in H.264 compression. Free download its trial version here.
Note: Below guide shows how to burn H.264 to DVD using Windows version for example. If you're using a Mac, download the Mac version of H.264 files to DVD burner. The steps are similar in Mac OS X.
Step 1. Install and launch H.264 to DVD converter
After downloaded Wondershare DVD Creator, install and launch it. And the click "Import" to add the H.264 videos you need converter to DVD disc. The primary window will appear as belows.
Step 2. Edit H.264 files (optional)
Video editing is also available, you can easily enhance your videos by trimming, cropping, adjusting videos, adding watermarks, editing DVD menu and so on.
Step 3. Preview and burn H.264 files to DVD
Next, go to Preview tab to take a look at the result of the video in case that you may improve it in a certain way. Finally, click the "Burn" button to start converting H.264 videos to DVD format and burning to DVD disc. All disc types are supported, including DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R DL, DVD+R DL, DVD-RAM.
Tips: The used space of the disc will be displayed at the bottom. Use "D9 (8.7GB)" if the size exceeds D5 (4.7GB).
With this practical H.264 converter, you will find it pretty easy to burn H.264 video to dvd so that you can enjoy high quality videos with your family at home.
More about H.264
Both the Blu-ray Disc format and the HD DVD format include the H.264/AVC High Profile as one of mandatory video compression formats. However, HD DVD is now discontinued. If you have high definition video or Blu-ray video in MKV, TS, M2S, AVI or other formats, it's a good idea to burn H.264 to DVD so that you can play with a regular home DVD player, instead of expensive Blu-ray Disc player. To convert H.264 to other video format, Video Converter Ultimate is highly recommended.
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