I'm trying to burn a number of YouTube videos(15, to be exact)to DVD using Any Video Converter Pro. Most of the clips are in the original MP4 format but there are a few which I've converted to high quality AVI after editing with Windows Movie Maker. There are a mixture of 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios, which I'd like to maintain. I don't care about black bars, I just don't want any distortion of the videos. So far, whether I burn using the default options under Video Resizing of "fit to width" and "expand to frame" size, or whether I burn with both unchecked, the images in the avi files, in particular, are getting severely fattened. The strange thing is that if I burn any one of the avi files singly to a rewritable CD in order to test it, it looks fine, but when I burn all the files to DVD, the avi's get bloated. Can anyone explain to me the exact meaning and effect of those options, "fit to width" and "expand to size", or tell me how to get all those videos reproduced on DVD with their original aspect ratios and without distortion? I've converted all the avi files to mpg and mp4 and I can try again with those formats, but I've already spent so many hours failing that I feel like I'm just stumbling around in the dark with the AVC options.