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      Along with Windows vista come several very cool programs which most people aren’t aware of. Most people think that Windows Vista is just an upgrade from Windows XP which “makes everything

      look cooler” and “is a lot harder on the graphics card/processor”. Well, both of those statements are actually true… but there’s so many more great features about Windows Vista, no matter ...

      • which version you decide to purchase. One of these great features is the presence of Windows DVD Maker. Windows DVD maker makes it very easy to create DVDS. Users can easily
        create several effects and fonts/graphics to add to their movies, which helps even the least educated people create DVDs on the computer. I personally think Windows DVD maker is a great program.

    George Briansky says :

    Hello 1.Is there any way to add more than one item to the first menu. I realise having multimple movies on one DVD is possible and can be selected from the `Scenes` but is there any way the choice of movie can appear when it first starts. 2. Is there any way to increase the limit of 150 minutes for a single sided DVD without going to dual sided? Thank you
    Samir says :

    Hi George,

    1. When you burn various clips one by one, the movie maker will give you a menu where you can find listing of all clips. I think you are also suggesting the same and asking for some other methods. I am afraid, I can’t suggest you anything more. This is how I have used the software. I am also unable to find any other methods to do this.

    2. Please mention the type of file you are using. See, if you are using .avi or .DivX extensions, will have naturally enhanced time limit. It is because of the fact that the software has to go for encryption and decryption. And, here is also the key. IF you use encryption technology, the time limit is going to increase. On a side note, be aware that increased time limit may lead to inferior quality of video.
    tom cole says :

    I find dvd maker does not recognise dual layer dvds although it should do. Any help would be appreiated.
    Jules Li says :

    Windows DVD Maker does work with dual layer discs, however you will also need to have a DVD drive that’s compatible with dual layer discs. You should check the model of your DVD drive to make sure it has these capabilities.
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