Summary: If you are looking for a reliable program to convert DV files to MPEG-2 for burning a DVD so that it is viewable on a stand alone DVD player, you may come to the right place. This post introduces a workable DV to DVD MPEG-2 Converter to encode DV video to MPEG-2 for DVD authoring maintaining the original quality.
I need a converter program to convert DV files to MPEG-2 for burning a DVD
“Hi there all, can anyone help please! I am a certified legal video specialist. I produce video recordings, mostly DVDs, for use in legal proceedings. Recently I switched to a Panasonic AG-AC130 AVCCAM, and captured a lot of standard definition source videos in DV format with it. I believed that if I want to burn Panasonic AG-AC130 DV files to a DVD, I should convert them to MPEG-2 previously, and this is what I did in the past for burning a playable DVD. The thing is that I really don’t have much experience with DV files, so I have no idea about which program should I use to convert my AG-AC130 DV files to MPEG-2 for DVD burning with quality loss as less as possible. I have tried a number of video converter programs and none worked as I expected. Does anyone have any recommendation? Don’t know how I’d do my work without such a converter. Many thanks for your help.”
Yes, it’s right to convert DV files to MPEG-2 for burning a DVD. To process DV to DVD Conversion, our Video Converter would be worth a try. You can select a Windows or Mac version to try depending on your computer’s OS.
How to convert DV files to MPEG-2 for burning a DVD on PC or Mac?
To be able to transcode DV files to MPEG-2 DVD Video using Video Converter, follow these steps:
Step 1: Run our Video Converter as a DV to DVD Converter, then click ‘Add File’ icon to load your source video files.
Step 2：From Profile menu, choose ‘MPEG-2 Video (*.mpg) as output format under ‘General Video’ catalogue.
Step 3: Advanced settings (for advanced users)
If you are an advanced user, you can click ‘Settings’ button and go to ‘Profile Settings’ window to custom video and audio settings like resolution, video codec, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, bit rate, sample rate and audio channel. If not, simply use the default settings, it is able to ensure acceptable file quality.
Step 4: When ready, click ‘Convert’ button to start converting DV files to MPEG-2 for burning a real DVD.
Step 5: When the conversion process finished, click ‘Open’ button to get the generated MPEG-2 video files for burning DVD with your DVD burner program.
Tips: The Video Converter is capable of processing batch conversion, so you can input loads of your DV clips into it to do format conversion at a time (Do remember ticking off ‘Apply to All’ before you start conversion.). If you don’t want to wait for the entire format shifting process, you can tick off ‘Showdown computer when conversion completed’ and go away to do other things.