There are times when you have a video file recorded directly form your camera, camcorder or handycam now you would like to burn that video to DVD which you can play on your DVD player. It supports over 45 video file formats, you can refer this page for more details.
In order to make a DVD which you can play on your DVD player, your video files need to be encoded in MPEG-2 format. DVD Flick is a free software which handles all of the necessary transcending of your AVI, MPG, MOV, and WMV files to MPEG-2, and then you can burn these files on a dvd.
It will let you convert video of any format to the dvd format which you can burn later on a dvd to play on your video player, in order to convert any video just click add title which implies to add a video and then click create dvd – then it will start encoding the video and create the dvd files in a separate folder.