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  • There are many options, some that cost some money, some other that where free
  • As you can imagine from what I've said DVD Flick is a DVD authoring tool and is a very good one, one of the best I've tried (if not the best) and one that is available for free
  • From my experience that's a really good time and the video quality was very impressive


    • by protoboardmx

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      Over the last years I’ve tried many DVD authoring tools. There are many options, some that cost some money, some other that where free. The ones that where free usually had too little features or couldn’t handle some of the files I intended to convert to DVD. And as far as the one that cost money there where some real good and some real bad. As you can imagine from what I’ve said DVD Flick is a DVD authoring tool and is a very good one, one of the best I’ve tried (if not the best) and

      one that is available for free.

      DVD Flick has two things that makes it superior to any other DVD authoring software: its ease of use and the fact that it can handle almost any file that you handle to it. I’ve succesfully converted AVI, OGG, MP4 and even MKV video files with it. Its interface is pretty clean with no menus at all, just the necessary buttons at hand to add a video title to the project, add subtitles to it, move it up or down to change the order it appears within more video files. All located ...


      • at the best possible screen space. Even the project settings dialog is very easy to understand. There you can set the target size (if the video should fit a standard DVD, a dual layer one, a mini DVD or even a CD), if the target video should be NTSC or PAL, some audio settings and if it should be burned directly to a disc or just to create the files on the computer.

        Latest version is 1.3.0.7. It is the one I’m using right now and it really works wonders. A few days ago I encoded a movie,

        it was an MP4 using the H264 video codec. DVD Flick had the video encoded into a DVD in about an hour. From my experience that’s a really good time and the video quality was very impressive. The time it takes to author a DVD really depends on the input file because there was a time that it took more than 15 hours to author a DVD from a MKV file. But that was a weird file, so for most files the time will be much much less.

        There’s no way authoring a DVD could be easier than with DVD Flick.




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