Haven’t heard of that converter.
I recommend using one of the following programs. AVStoDVD, DVDFlick or FAVC. Each will convert your videos and produce a finished dvd ready to burn to disk. You can have several videos per disk, depending on the length in time and the quality you want to preserve. I would suggest no more than about 2 and a half hours per single layer dvd (4.3gb).
You can do the actual burning to disk with any burning program capable of handling dvd-video, like Roxio, or Nero. I personaly use ImgBurn which is free.
The three conversion programs I mentioned are free to download and use.