Yes, however, not all DVD players will playback MP4 video files.
Many DVD players will say MP4 on the front tray, for example, ‘DVD/Audio CD/DivX/MP4/MP3/’
There are a couple of options if your DVD player does not support MP4s
1. Playback the DVD on your computer or laptop
Check you are using a DVD-R disc, a CD-R will often just record the audio.
If you burn the MP4 files onto a DVD and then play the DVD on your computer or laptop it should play without a problem if you have a media player that supports MP4s.
(If you need to update your media player, you can download a good one here:
VLC media player (free) VLC Media Player http://www.videolan.org/)
2. DVD playback on a DVD player with a file Converter
Some older DVD player do not support MP4 because MP4 is a format with different decodes. If you have an older DVD player you will have to convert the files using free software.
The MP4 to DVD converter from www.freemake.com is a good choice.