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How to Burn MPG to DVD?
MPG to DVD burner software; the detailed way of burning MPG to DVD; step by setp guide.MPG - It can be either an abbreviation for MPEG or is used as a file extention for MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 video data. MPEG stands for Moving Picture Expert Group, and is the name of family of standards (joint of the International Organization for Standardization [ISO]) used for coding audio and video data in a digital compressed format including data transmission across digital networks. The standard now includes MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4.
DVD - The Digital Versatile Disk is identical in physical size to the compact disk but capable of storing 4.7 gigabytes of data - an amount adequate for storing movie-length video encoded with MPEG-2.
We know clearly the relation between MPG and DVD. Some people want to know the exact way to burn MPG to DVD; we introduce that in the following.
MPG to DVD Burner Software
Ultra MPEG to DVD Burner download 1 download 2
A powerful and handy tool to burn video DVD VCD SVCD disc from existing DVD VCD SVCD compatible MPEG/MPG files.
Cucusoft MPEG to DVD Burner download 1 download 2
It can burn MPEG files to a DVD so that you can play your movies on DVD player.
Now, I'd like to take software Ultra MPEG to DVD Burner as an example to show you the detailed process of burning MPG to DVD.
Step 1. Download software Ultra MPEG to DVD Burner; launch the Ultra MPEG to DVD Burner, the software will show Main Windows.
Step 2. Choose the output disc type DVD.
Step 3. Add mpeg files to the list.
Step 4. Start Burning
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