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Old 7th June 2021, 02:24   #1  |  Link
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how to conver MP4 to DVD

Hello everyone. I'm a newbie here and in DVD world. And I want to record some large MP4 files on my Android Huawei phone to a DVD like media so as to keep and take them easily and release space from my phone. What can I do? Is there any software that can help?
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Hello, I recommend using Avisynth plus (or Vapoursynth) to decode your mp4 videos, for this you must use plugins that open these files, such as LSmash, FFMS2 or DSS2MOD. Then you will have to encode them as a DVD file, I recommend two free alternatives, HCEncoder (only for video but it's very good) or FFMPEG, in my signature you can find a script to encode DVD video with FFMPEG, but with this program you can also encode the audio. Finally you will have to look for a program that does the authoring, that is, that your audio and video files comply with the standards of a DVD that can be seen in a player, including the creation of a menu. Here I do not remember a free program (I know they exist) but for this I recommend Dvdlab Pro or DVD Architect that are paid.

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Thanks so much for your help
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If you just wish to burn them to disk as data, then you can do it using ImgBurn.

If you wish to convert those MP4s to DVDs playable in DVD players, then I'd recommend AVSToDVD.
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