Burning discs

When the conversion process is over, you will be offered to burn the created file or folder onto the disc using the internal AVS Video Editor burning engine. To do that, please, click the Burn to Disc... button in the opened window:

Burn to Disc button

The next window allows you to select the disc drive you want to use, verify the destination of the file or folder to burn and set some burning settings.

Burning settings

In order to select the appropriate disc drive click the downward arrow next to the current disc drive name and choose the drive you want to use from the drop down list, if you have several drives. Then insert an optical disc into the disc drive you've selected and verify its status. The application informs you if this disc is Closed, Empty or Not Empty.

Note!Note: if the inserted disc is not empty, all existing data will be erased from it during the burning process.

The line below the drive name shows you the Disc label you are going to create. You can also set the burning speed value clicking the small black arrow, just note that the available values depend on the disc type you use. Tick the Verify disc box to make sure the disc is recorded correctly.

Finally click the Start burning! button to record your CD/DVD/BD disc.

It is also possible to burn a previously converted film onto a disc using the same application. Click the file you're going to write with the right mouse button and select the Send To -> AVS Video Burner option from the file express menu. It can be very useful if you are not able to burn disc right after the conversion is done. Thanks to this application you can create your disc any time you need it.

Send To

After the burning is over the disc will be ejected automatically. Note, if you checked the Verify disc box, the recording will take a little longer depending on the size of the output files as the program will need time to verify them.