Name: Any Video to DVD Converter and Burner
Size: 5.9 M
Price: $42 $29.95 30% OFF!
- - Convert Any Video to DVD format, burn Any Video to DVD disc;
- - Create DVD movie disc with your own subtitles;
- - Burn Any Video to DVD disc or ISO file.
Key features - Convert AVI to DVD, MP4 to DVD, WMV to DVD, DivX to DVD, FLV to DVD and more...
- - Support up to 60 Video formats including avi to dvd, divx to dvd, mpeg to dvd, wmv to dvd,rm to dvd, quicktime to dvd.
- - Support DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-5, DVD-9, Mini DVD, Mini DVD DL
- - Reliable burning engine will burn your videos to disc after encoding
- - Create your own subtitles (up to 32 for each video) via Any Video to DVD Burner
- - Create DVD chapters freely via Any Video to DVD Converter and Burner
- - Click to convert and burn; easy to use interface
Support Video formats - Convert AVI to DVD, MP4 to DVD, WMV to DVD, DivX to DVD, FLV to DVD and more...
AVI files: *.avi | MPEG video files: *.mpg;*.m2v;*.mpeg | QuickTime files: *.qt;*.mov | MPEG 4 files: *.mp4;*.m4v | Windows Media Video files: *.wmv;*.asf | 3GPP files: *.3gp;*.3g2 | Flash Video files: *.flv | HD QuickTime files: *.hdmov | Matroska files: *.mkv | Motion |JPEG video files: *.mjpg | Nullsoft Video files: *.nsv | NUT files: *.nut | RealMedia files: *.rm | Smacker files: *.smk | Vorbis files: *.ogm
Convert AVI to DVD, MP4 to DVD, WMV to DVD, DivX to DVD, FLV to DVD and more...
DVD (also known as "Digital Versatile Disc" or "Digital Video Disc") is a popular optical disc storage media format. The main uses of DVD are video and data storage. Most DVDs are of the same sizes as compact discs (CDs) but store more than six times data than CDs. DVD videos have much better quality comparing with Video CDs.
"DVD" was originally used as an initialism for the unofficial term "digital video disk". It was reported in 1995, at the time of the specification finalization, that the letters officially stood for "digital versatile disc". But the text of the press release states the standard document only refers to the technology as "DVD", making no mention of what the letters mean. A newsgroup FAQ written by Topviewsoft (a famous DVD and Video software company) claims that four years later, in 1999, the DVD Forum stated that the format name was simply the three letters "DVD" and did not stand for anything.
The official DVD specification documents have never defined DVD. Usage in the present day varies, with "DVD", "Digital Video Disc", and "Digital Versatile Disc" being the most common.
The DVD Forum website has a section called "DVD Primer" in which the answer to the question, "What does DVD mean?" reads, "The keyword is 'versatile.' Digital Versatile discs provide superb video, audio and data storage and access -- all on one disc."