How to Convert and Burn Divx Video Files to DVD on Windows with Ease

Suppose you’ve got a bunch of Divx video files and want to burn them to DVD movie so you can play and enjoy them on your home DVD Player with your family and friend, however, the thing is: how to convert and burn Divx to DVD without quality loss? Here the Xinfire DVD Creator is strongly recommended to help you burn Divx to DVD with ease. Follow the guide below to convert and burn DivX videos to DVD discs. Now get it and start the Divx to DVD conversion.

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How to Convert and Burn Divx Video Files to DVD with Ease

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1. Import DivX videos to the program

Download, install the app, then run it and click the “Add File” button to load Divx videos to the program. You can add more than two Divx video files at a time since batch convert is supported.

 

2. Edit DivX Videos (Optional)

You can edit your DivX videos by cropping the video frame size, trimming to get the part you want, adding watermarks, etc. Some DVD menu templates are provided for you to make your DVD look more professional.

 

3. Burn Divx to DVD

Now you may simply click on “Start” button to burn your DivX files to DVD. Once the DivX to DVD burning is finished, you can watch them on home DVD player or portable DVD players.

 

Learn More – What is DivX

DivX is both a brand name and a type of codec used to compress video files. DivX Inc., which is formerly known as DivXNetworks Inc., created this codec which they will later sell to Sonic Solutions. Sonic Solutions is a subsidiary of Macrovision, which is now known as Rovi Corporation. There are two kinds of DivX codecs, the MPEG-4 Part 2 and the DivX Plus HD codecs. These codecs are also known as ripping codecs for they are required to transfer audio video elements from a disc and into a computer’s hard drive.

DivX is a media container for compliant MPEG-4 Part 2 videos and is an extension of the AVI video format. The latest version of DivX codecs is the DivX 8.x. However, the development of the DivX 9.x is already underway. The DivX codecs are compatible with both Windows and Mac computers. The DivX Plus HD format is also the same as the MKV file.