4Videosoft MPEG to DVD Converter

Want to make your own DVD movies? Or would you like to burn the film collections on your computer to DVD disc for backup? 4Videosoft MPEG to DVD Converter can burn MPEG and other videos like MP4, MOV, M4V, MPG, MOD, etc. to DVD disc with no limitation. Besides, you can make DVD folder or DVD ISO files with MPEG videos on your computer.

In addition, it's also a creative video editing program. Equipped with Effect, Crop, Merge, Trim and Watermark functions, you're enabled to optimize the video at your disposal. Thanks to the ultra initial interface, anyone can convert DVD to AVI with a few clicks. With the adoption of the acceleration technology, the DVD to AVI conversion will be over in a short while.

  • Convert MPEG, MPG, MOV, MP4, M4V, etc to DVD disc with great image quality
  • Create DVD folder and DVD ISO files with multiple video files in the ultra-fast speed
  • Make a special DVD menu and edit the audio track/subtitle at will
  • Provide practical video editing functions, like Trim, Crop, Effect and Watermark

System Requirements: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP2 or later); 1GB RAM or more; 1.2GHz Intel or AMD CPU, or above

$32.00

Key Functions & Features of MPEG to DVD Converter

Burn MPEG to DVD

Extraordinary MPEG to DVD burning experience

As the first-class MPEG to DVD Converter, it enables you to convert MPEG videos to DVD disc, DVD folder and DVD ISO files according to yourself. Before the conversion, you're able to adjust the video with Effect, Trim, Crop and Watermark function as well as add or delete the audio track/subtitle at your disposal. Also, with the tons of gorgeous yet free templates, it's no doubt that you can get the most satisfying menu for the DVD movies. Just enjoy the extraordinary DVD movies on your DVD player after the conversion.

Audio and Subtitle

Add or delete the audio track/subtitle If you're not satisfied with the audio track and subtitle in the source MPEG video, deleting them is possible in the Edit Audio/Subtitle window. Also, you can add your desired audio track and subtitle to the video as you like. The language, volume, latency, encoder, bitrate, channels of the audio track can be adjusted on your own wish. In the meantime, you're free to set the language, position, delay, font name/color/size for the subtitle.

DVD Menu

Create a fabulous DVD menu 4Videosoft MPEG to DVD Converter is able to create a fascinating menu for the DVD movies with lots of templates of menu, button, text and frame. The menu templates include Festival, Animal, City, Plants and more, so you're able to choose the template you're fond of. Well, you can set the frame, button and text form for the DVD menu. Meanwhile, it's easy to set the background music, background pictures and opening film with your local songs and photos.

Effect

Set the video effect and video screen size With this all-featured MPEG to DVD burner, you can adjust the video effect like Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Hue and Volume to get a perfect DVD movie. What're more, you're enabled to set the video screen size with Crop function. Getting rid of the video black edges and resetting the video screen size is quite easy one you have this powerful program.

Watermark

Trim videos and add watermark You're able to cut off the undesired video part from the whole video and just burn the video parts you like most to DVD movies. In addition, you can add text or image watermark to the video to identify them as your own. The position, transparency, font name, font size and font color are adjustable to meet your needs. It's a great app for you to burn MPEG videos to DVD movies.

Fast

Blazing-fast burning speed With this amazing MPEG to DVD Converter, you can burn MPEG videos to DVD disc, DVD folder and DVD ISO files in a short time. Once you have 4Videosoft MPEG to DVD Converter, burning MPEG video files to DVD is not a test of your patience.

Snapshot

Preview and snapshot After loading the video files to the program, you can preview the videos smoothly in the preview window thanks to the adoption of a built-in player. When previewing the videos, you're allowed to take snapshot of the video image for later use.

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