Recorded videos using Sony digital cameras or ACVHD camcorders? Now you may want to convert and burn Sony videos to DVD disc for either viewing on home DVD players with family members, or saving space on your Sony camcorders. Sony Camcorders will produce M2TS which should come bundled with software to convert the format to something more popular. It’s good to use these software to edit your videos.
To convert and burn Sony videos to DVD disc? You need third party DVD burning software which is able to working with Sony M2TS videos. Since M2TS is HD video formats, just choosing any DVD burning software will not actually help you burn Sony videos to DVD. DVD Creator is a professional Sony video to DVD converter which works perfectly with Sony M2TS videos. This tutorial shows you the step-by-step guide on how to convert and burn Sony videos to DVD. Keep going.
Download Sony video to DVD Converter to a known location. Once you’ve downloaded the program, double click the .exe file to install it.
Assuming that you have already transferred Sony videos to your computer, click on Load Video button in the upper left interface to locate Sony files, and add them to this SONY to DVD converter. Drag and drop loaded Sony videos to the storyboard below to make further operation.
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 Sony videos to DVD directly. Of course, you may personalize your DVDs by adding transition effects, customize DVD menu templates, and edit downloaded movies, etc.
I’m sure now you have finished the Sony video to DVD burning. Go ahead and watch your videos on home DVD players with you family members. Enjoy.
This Sony video to DVD Converter works with all Sony models, including:
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX1, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX7, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX5, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T900, Sony Alpha NEX-5, Sony Alpha A550, Sony Alpha A900, and more.