Q: “I’ve some MVI video files and want to playback them on my DVD Player. Anybody know the easy way to get it? Thanks a lot!”
MVI is short for Musical Video Interactive, a DVD-based means of packing audio, video and interactive visual content (for example lyrics) onto one disk. Actually, it’s not an easy job to play MVI files on a DVD player, as it’s not a supported format by DVD player. For those who insist to play MVI files on DVD player, the easy and fast solution for you is to convert MVI files to DVD player supported i.g. VOB, DivX.avi formats via a third party video converter.
To do this job, you can make full use of Brorsoft Video Converter Ultimate / iMedia Converter for Mac, which can fast convert MVI files to DVD player supported formats without losing quality. Besides, you can also batch convert MOV, MPG, MKV, AVI, WMV, M4V, MP4 to DVD player supported formats as well. Plus, with the built-in video editing feature of the program, you can trim, crop, add watermark and more to meet your needs.
Free download best MVI to DVD Player Video Converter:
Guide: Convert MVI Files to DVD Player Supporte Formats
Windows Version Brorsoft Video converter taken as example, Mac Version share the same steps. Just keep in mind you have download the right version, Windows platform .exe files cannot be installed on macOS – and vice versa.
Step 1. Load MVI Files
Install and launch the best MVI to DVD Player Video Converter, simply click “Load Files” to import your MVI files to the program.
Step 2. Choose Output Format
Simply tap the “Format” drop-down menu to select “DivX AVI(*.avi)” as the output format from “Common Video” category. It is a good format for burning to DVD.
Or you can choose VOB, MPEG-2, WMV formats for DVD player.
Step 3: Start Converting MVI Files
With above setttings, click “Convert” button to convert MVI files to DVD player supported formats. After the conversion, hit the Open button to get the output AVI files.
Step 4. Burn .MVI to DVD with Nero
Basically there are two different ways to burn an .avi-file on DVD with Nero for play in a DVD player:
1. If you have a DVD-player that is capable of playing avi-files, you can simply use Nero Burning Rom or Nero Express and burn a data disc with the .avi-file untouched.
2. However, for NeroVision, I suppose you don’t want a data disc with an avi-file but a “real” Video-DVD in compatible DVD-format. For that you will need Nero Video. In the “Create & Export” menu, choose DVD- DVD-Video, then import the .avi-file and follow the instructions. You can either create a menu and chapters, or just make a simple DVD without menu and one video. In the final step, NeroVideo will either write the necessary DVD structure on a DVD or to a folder on your hard disk. If you used NeroVision before, it should be easy for you because NeroVideo is very similar.