How to convert and burn video_ts to DVD to watch video_ts on TV freely

June 4, 2012 / Posted by David Brooks on DVD/Blu-ray Tips

What would you do when you have taken some family videos or travelling videos with your own camcorder, which end with _ts as format, and want to burn video_ts to DVD for convenient safekeeping? The first idea in your mind must be to convert video_ts to DVD videos, right? Definitely it’s a good idea. But you need to use a proper video_ts to dvd converter to help you realize this.

Leawo video to DVD Burner is right the program to meet your needs. It could burn all video to DVD within only a few clicks, including burning video_ts videos to DVD discs, folders or ISO files as well. The following guide would show you how to burn video to DVD with the help of Leawo DVD burner (Mac users use Leawo video to DVD Converter for Mac to convert video_ts to DVD on Mac freely).


Full Guide

Add source videos

Click "Add Video" button to load source _ts videos to this DVD burner for burning, or directly drag the video clips in and drop on the interface.

Edit source video files (optional)

Click the Edit button to enter the video editing panel. In the video editing panel, you can freely customize source _ts video files: Trim, Crop, Effect, Watermark, etc.

DVD menu/template customizations

On the right side, various DVD disc menu and templates are provided for you to choose from. You can also customize menu and templates if you like. You can preview templates and menu on the built-in player.

More settings for DVD creation

Click Burn to DVD button to do more settings for burning video to DVD.

Burn to DVD

Click the Burn Now to to convert and burn video to DVD within Leawo video to DVD Creator.

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Extended Knowledge

TS is the abbreviation of Transport Stream (in high definition). It is a communication protocol for audio, video, and data which is specified in MPEG-2 Part 1, Systems (ISO/IEC standard 13818-1 or ITU-T Rec. H.222.0). Transport stream (TS) is specified in MPEG-2, and it is a standard format for transmission and storage of audio, video, and data, and is used in broadcast systems such as DVB and ATSC. Transport stream specifies a container format encapsulating packetized streams, with error correction and stream synchronization features for maintaining transmission integrity when the signal is degraded.

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