AVStoDVD Portable 2.8.8      

Size:   28.5MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2018-12-29  | Changelog

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OS:  Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10

Downloads:   11858

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Software Product Description

If you want one tool that you can use to convert different types of media files to be DVD compliant and burn them to compatible discs, then AVStoDVD Portable is the answer. The software integrates various tools, including DVD Menu Editor, DVD Authoring and Burning tools, and you can use it to create multiple tracks DVD.


  • Audio encoding
  • Video encoding
  • Subtitles encoding
  • DVD authoring
  • ISO image building
  • Audio and video editing
  • DVD burning
  • Batch conversion

You are required to set the default DVD standard when you start AVStoDVD for the first time, with the recommended standard for North American and European users being NTSC and PAL respectively. You may also set the primary language for your subtitles and audio.

Once you have loaded your video files, you may add extra audio tracks and subtitles. You can set DVD size and output type. For example, you may send the output to a DVD folder, burn it to disc, make an mpeg2 file or create an ISO image file. Creating an ISO file can help you test the video before burning it to disc.

You can encode multiple audio tracks and subtitles using FFmpeg/Wavi/Aften and SubtitlesCreator/VobSub respectively. AviSynth filters will help you edit both audio and video with relative ease. The DVD Menu Editor has customizable motion and static menus, which you can use to make it easy to select the required video from many files.

Conversion duration will depend on the length of files being processed and speed of your computer.

Please note you need to install the included components like AviSynth, ImgBurn, Haali Media Splitter, MKVToolNix and ActiveX Controls unless you had already installed them. The software is compatible with many common video formats, including AVI, FLV, MKV and MP4, and the encoded videos do not lose quality.