AVS Video Burner is a wizard-styled utility, which allows you to burn video files from your personal computer to discs: CD, DVD, Blu-ray.
There are two ways to start AVS Video Burner:
The AVS Video Burner utility can be launched directly from the AVS program it is embedded into. In this case after a file has been edited or converted the following window will pop up:
You just need to click the Burn To Disc... button to start AVS Video Burner.
This utility can also be launched from the Express Menu of Windows Explorer. To do that find the file or folder you want to burn to an optical disc, right-click it and select: Send To -> AVS Video Burner.
Burning DVD files
If you'd like to burn DVD files, right-click the folder containing the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders and send it to AVS Video Burner.
Burning Blu-ray files
If you'd like to burn Blu-ray files, right-click the folder containing the BDMV, CERTIFICATE and SLY! folders and send it to AVS Video Burner. (The SLY! folder is not always present in Blu-ray files structure.)
Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.
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