September 7th, 2015 by Smile Harney
Ever have an AVCHD video recorded in Cannon Vixia 100 and wish to burn it onto DVD-RW, but failed to find a free program? If so, you come to the right place.
We know that AVCHD is jointly developed by Sony and Panasonic and widely used in the HD videos recorded by camcorders. By converting AVCHD to DVD, we will be able to play AVCHD in any Disc player. And more importantly, you can store the memorable AVCHD files in a more stable form for long term.
With the free AVCHD to DVD converter and burner in this passage, you will find it just simple to fulfill this task.
iDealshare VideoGo is a professional AVCHD to DVD Converter, which apart from converting AVCHD to DVD, also supports converting AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, WMV, FLV, MP4, MOV, 3GP, ASF, VOB, RMVB, etc. to DVD-R and DVD+R discs. Authorized by many media player and portable devices as the priority converter, iDealshare VideoGo will surprise you by its clean and green interface, stable performance, high efficiency, multifunction.
Now, please follow the steps below to quickly burn AVCHD to DVD.
Below will introduce the free download link of the just right MP4 to DVD Converter and a detailed guide on how to use this wonderful tool to successfully convert MP4 to DVD format for burn MP4 to DVD or play MP4 on DVD player.
Please click "Add File" button and locate the AVCHD file, or simply drag and drop it to this interface. You can batch convert and burn multiple AVCHD files simultaneously.
Click "Profile" button, and in the drop-down list select the "DVD Video (*.vob)" from the "General Video" category.
Click the BIG ROUND button at the right bottom to begin and finish burning AVCHD to DVD. After that, you will successfully play AVCHD files in any DVD player.
AVCHD, short form of Advanced Video Coding High Definition, created by Panasonic and Sony, is a format for the recording and playback of high definition video (with the resolution 1080p, 1080i and 720p), often recorded by HD camcorders. The file extension of AVCHD can be .mts, .m2ts, .tp, .mod, .trp, etc.