Whether you've had them floating around on your hard drive for a while, or you've been meddling in the torrent side of life, you probably have a few AVI files somewhere on your Mac (Snow Leopard, Lion included). If you want to burn your XviD movies DVD disc to help release space for more important files, or for playback on any DVD player, you can use this simple piece of software called XviD to DVD Creator for Mac to convert XviD files to DVD.
Convert XviD Videos to DVD on Mac OS X
Load XviD Videos to the Mac DVD Creator
You can open your local folder where you have saved the XviD videos, and directly drag and drop the videos to the program dock. The XviD files will be imported to the program immediately. Alternatively, you can click on the icon on the main interface of the program and select the files to import them to the program.
Note: If you have a movie in two half XviD files, you can drag the XviD movie thumbnail to the other and it will be merge into one continuous XviD movie.
Edit the XviD files (Optional)
This smart application allows you to personalize your videos with the built-in edit tools. So you can trim, crop any parts of your videos, or add watermark, effects, menu and background music to your videos.
Start XviD to DVD Conversion on Mac
Click on the button on the bottom right corner and start burning XviD to DVD. The burning time will depend on your file size. You can just let the program do the rest for you. When you’re done, you can enjoy your DVD with your friends anytime you want.
When it's done, you can enjoy downloaded XviD movies conveniently: On a DVD Player or Xbox connected to your big screen flat TV. On a family trip in your car DVD player.
Also see the video tutorial about how to burn XVID to DVD Mac: