H.264 is a next-generation video compression format. H.264 is also known as MPEG-4 AVC. Developed for use in high definition systems such as HDTV, Blu-ray and HD DVD as well as low resolution portable devices such as Sony’s PSP and Apple’s iPod, H.264 offers better quality at lower file sizes than both MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 ASP (DivX or XviD). So to speak, H.264 is becoming one of the most popular video formats on internet. However, if you want to play H.264 videos on your home DVD player through your big screen television, you will need to convert and burn H.264 to DVD. What we recommend for this task is DVD Creator which acts as the best H.264 to DVD converter. Read on to learn how to exactly convert H.264 videos to DVD.
Free Download H.264 to DVD converter to a known location. Once you’ve downloaded the program, double click the .exe file to install it.
Click on Load Video button in the upper left interface to locate H.264 files, and add them to this H.264 to DVD converter. Drag and drop loaded H.264 videos to the storyboard below to proceed with H.264 to DVD conversion.
The plug-in video editor lets you edit videos quickly and easily. Select a video file in storyboard and click on Edit selected video file button to crop, trim, add watermark, plug in subtitles or adjust video effects, according to your specific request within minutes.
Once you’ve added videos to the program, now you can convert and burn H.264 videos to DVD directly. Of course, you may personalize your DVDs by adding transition effects, customize DVD menu templates, and edit downloaded movies, etc.
Burn H.264 to DVD disc: Click "Burn", select "DVD" option in the "Burn to" field, select your TV Standard and output Aspect Ratio, and click "Start" to burn your project.
Burn H.264 to ISO or DVD Folder: Click "Burn", select the "DVD Folder" or "ISO file" option, specify a folder to save generated DVD files, then click "Start" to start converting H.264 video to ISO or DVD folder.
So, you just have finished burning H.264 to DVD, now you can play your H.264 files on home DVD player in your living room through TV. Also, now you may share your favorite movies with your friends. Enjoy.