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How to Convert and Burn AVCHD to DVD

Sometimes you may find that the videos recorded with your AVCHD camcorder can only play on the camcorder and you want to burn them to DVD so that you can view them on home DVD player or TV with family and friends. In this article, you are going to learn how to burn AVCHD to DVD with custom DVD menus for playing on your DVD player or large screen TV.

To convert AVCHD to DVD, you need a DVD burning software that supports burning AVCHD videos. Here DVD Creator is recommended to burn AVCHD videos to DVD in 3 simple steps. Besides AVCHD, it can also burn videos in all regular video formats like MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, ASF, etc. to DVD with ease. Now download the program and follow the wizard to finish the installation. Get a blank DVD (DVD +R, DVD-R, DVD+RW or DVD-RW)) onto the rewritable DVD-ROM on your computer and follow the guide below to convert AVCHD to DVD effortlessly. If you are using a Mac, please turn to DVD Creator for Mac.

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Steps to convert AVCHD to DVD

1 Import AVCHD videos

The main interface of the software is as below. You can add the AVCHD files you want to burn to the DVD Creator. by clicking "Import" or drag and drop. When the videos are loaded, you can adjust the video sequence.

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2 Select a DVD menu for your DVD

Click "Menu Template" to choose a DVD menu you like. There are different styles of built-in templates, frames and buttons for your choice. You can even add text, background music and background image to customize the menu.

3 Preview and burn AVCHD to DVD

Click "Preview" button to preview the DVD to make sure everything is what you want. Finally, you can just click the "Burn" button to start burning.

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About AVCHD: AVCHD (Advanced Video Coding High Definition) is first developed by Sony and Panasonic as a format for the recording and playback of high definition video in high definition consumer camcorders. AVCHD is a file-based format and does not use magnetic tape. Canon, Hitachi, JVC, Leica Camera, Panasonic, Sony provides various models of AVCHD camcorders.

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