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Convert H.265 to MPEG for burning to DVD

posted Dec 25, 2017 06:15:53 by ifastimeclub
In general, DVD can be stored up for many decades as long as the disks are protected well, it isn’t like hard disk which will breakdown after four or five years. So it’s a right choice for you to use DVD to store up favorite videos. However, you will find that you often fail to burn H.265 codec videos to DVD. H.265 is the latest HEVC(High Efficiency Video Coding), the built-in DVD maker on some Mac OS X is not compatible with H.265 codec. 

In order to burn H.265 videos to DVD successfully, we’d better convert H.265/HEVC to MPEG which is suitable for burning with Mac built-in DVD maker. The first free solution is to use Squared 5’s MPEG Streamclip to finish the H.265 to MPEG conversion. MPEG Streamclip is a powerful high-quality video converter, player, editor for MPEG, QuickTime, transport streams, iPod. When the conversion is over, you can feel free to burn converted H.265/HEVC files to DVD.

Alternatively, Pavtube Video Converter for Mac is a good choice for you to convert H.265/HEVC to MPEG for DVD burning. This H.265 converter can not only convert H.265 codec videos to MPEG, but also transcode other codec files like XAVC, MXF, etc. to MPEG for Premiere Pro CC. In the meantime, it supports to edit H.265 videos with its internal powerful decoder before burning to DVD. 


Features of H.265: H.265/HEVC is targeted at next-generation HDTV displays and content capture systems which feature progressive scanned frame rates and display resolutions from QVGA (320x240) to 4320p (7680x4320), as well as improved picture quality in terms of noise level, color spaces, and dynamic range.

If you want to know more about H.265 Converter, please review Top 5 Best Video Converter for Mac. If you are a Windows user, please turn to Pavtube Video Converter.


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How to Convert H.265/HEVC to MPEG for DVD burning

Step 1. Add H.265 files.

As soon as you launch the H.265 converter, to add H.265 files for the first step, just click “Add video” and “Add from folder”.

Step 2. Choose the preset output format – MPEG-2

Open the output profile list in the “Format” bar, and then drop down the list. To burn H.265 videos to DVD, you’re suggested to choose “Common Video” >” MPEG-2 Video (*.mpg)” as best output format.

Step 3. Edit H.265 files.(Optional) 

You can do many pre-editing work like cutting unwanted segments, , adding watermarks for remarks or fun, etc. with the built-in video editor.

Step 4. Start converting H.265.

After all work is done, click the big "Convert" button in the main UI to begin to convert H.265/HEVC to MPEG for DVD burning You can see your converted videos by clicking "Open" button. 

Step 5. Start burning DVD.
a. Insert a blank disc into the optical drive. If you see a dialog, click the pop-up menu, then choose Open Finder. Select “Make this action the default” if you want to open the Finder every time you insert a blank disc. The disc appears on your desktop.
b. Double-click the disc to open its window, then drag the converted H.265 files and folders you want to burn to the window. Then the burning performance will start soon. Enjoy!

Related Software:

Pavtube Media Magician for Mac: If you need to convert videos from professional camcorders, you can try our another software - Pavtube Media Magician for Mac. This program can assist you convert your footages for better editing in FCP/Avid Studio/iMovie/Adobe Premere/Adobe After Effect, etc, playback on iPad/iPhone/Apple TV/Android Tablets, and sharing on YouTube.

Further Reading:

Encode H.265 with CUDA and Multi-Core Acceleration

Best MediaCoder Nvidia H.265 Encoder Alternatives

Edit H.265/HEVC with FCP X | Play H.265/HEVC Files with Plex

Play H.265/HEVC on PS4 | Samsung NX1 H.265 to H.264 MP4

Upload H.265/HEVC Videos to YouTube | Play H.265 on LG TV

Import H.265 to Premiere | Play H.265 on WD TV Media Player

Play H.265 Video on Android | Play H.265 on LG/Samsung/Philip TV

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