As now high definition camcorder is more and more popular, you may be familiar with AVCHD which is a file-based format for the digital recording and playback of high-definition video. AVCHD (Advanced Video Coding High Definition) was introduced in 2006 by Sony and Panasonic, can support both standard definition (AVCHD-SD) and high definition (AVCHD 1080i) interlaced video. When you find there are so many AVCHD videos in your camcorder, you may wonder how to burn ACHCD videos to DVD without losing quality so you can backup these videos. All you need is a DVD Creator to convert video to DVD such as VideoSolo DVD Creator.
Part 1. VideoSolo DVD Creator Brief Introduction
VideoSolo DVD Creator can burn almost all popular video formats including AHCVD, AVI, MP4, etc. to DVD disc/folder/ISO file without losing quality.
Here are key features of VideoSolo DVD Creator:
a. Download online videos such as AVCHD videos.
b. Adjust video brightness and contrast.
c. Allow you to choose DVD menus, edit videos and preview your DVD project before conversion so you can make your own perfect DVD.
d. It can be used in Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP.
If you are interested in Video DVD Creator or you want to know more about it, please click the download button below to download and install VideoSolo DVD Creator.
- Create DVD disc, DVD folder or ISO file from various formats of videos.
- Choose and customize DVD menus.
- Support adding subtitles and audio tracks.
- Edit video parameters like brightness, contrast, etc. before burning.
Part 2. What You Need
Before burning, you need to prepare the following things.
a. VideoSolo DVD Creator
b. USB cable/ Fire-wire /HDMI
c. Windows Computer/Mac Computer
d. Blank DVD disc
Part 3. How to Burn AVCHD to DVD without Losing Quality
Step 1. Register to VideoSolo DVD Creator
Download, install and launch VideoSolo DVD Creator. If you are a free trial user, you can only use this software to burn videos to DVD for 3 times and there'll be watermark added to the created video. To have a better experience with burning AVCHD videos to DVD, I highly suggest you purchase and register VideoSolo DVD Creator before using it.
Step 2. Transfer AVCHD Video to Computer and Import AVCHD Video
Use USB cable/ Fire-wire /HDMI to transfer AVCHD video to computer, and then click one of the "Add Media Files" icon at the middle interface upper-left corner to import AVCHD video to the program.
Step 3. Edit AVCHD Video
You are free to add some special effects to videos, find a "Magic Stick" icon at the right side of each video, then click on it to edit the video including rotating, cropping, trimming, adjusting the brightness, adding filter and watermark. If you aren't satisfied with the edited video, you can click "Restore" icon on the bottom to re-edit. After finishing editing, click "Apply" icon at the bottom.
Besides, you are free to change basic parameters of DVD disc such as Disc type, aspect ratio, and video quality by selecting the parameters in the bottom of the main interface and click "Subtitles" option next to "Magic Stick" to add and enter subtitle.
Step 4. Customize DVD Menu for AVCHD Videos
Press "Next" icon at the bottom right corner to edit your DVD menu. At the left side, you can see menu template in various style such as holiday, wedding, family, travel and so on, just select one as your menu. You can also change the title subject as you like. In addition, you can add background music & opening film to your video and change background at the bottom.
Step 5. Start Burning AVCHD Video to DVD
Insert a blank DVD disc into DVD-ROM before start burning, then click on "Next" icon at the bottom right corner. You can save output folder to DVD or DVD ISO file. Besides, you can set TV standard and playback mode as you like. When all of these are settled, you can click "Start" in the lower right corner to burn AVCHD video to DVD.
Finished. Just with above simple steps, you can burn AVCHD videos to DVD without losing quality in a short time. Download and install VideoSolo DVD Creator quickly so that you can enjoy watching AVCHD videos with your customized menu on DVD disc or a big screen.