AVI (Audio/Video Interleave) files are common multimedia file formats developed by Microsoft. AVI files consist of both audio and video data which is played at the same time to create an oral and visual multimedia experience. DivX is a form of compression designed to compress large AVI files into smaller video files. A DVD (Digital Video Disc) is an optical storage media which can hold six times more data compared to standard CDs (Compact Disc). A software program will convert the AVI files encoded with DivX to the format that is burned onto the DVD. In order to burn DivX on to the DVD, select DVD data available in the burning software and drop the required files to be burned onto the DVD.