DVD-Video Maker aims to be a tool to convert various PC video formats to a DVD that can be played on pretty much any standalone DVD player. It's main target audience is people who know at least some basics about DVDs and video\audio files.
Version: 18.104.22.168DVD-Video Maker aims to be a tool to convert various PC video formats to a DVD that can be played on pretty much any standalone DVD player.
Operating System: Windows
It's main target audience is people who know at least some basics about DVDs and video\audio files. DVD-Video Maker is easy to use pretty interface. It can burn near any video file to DVD and it supports for over 45 file formats.
Also it supports for over 60 video codecs and supports for over 40 audio codecs. You can add your own subtitles and burn your project to disc after encoding.
DVD-Video Maker also contains powerful options for advanced users. A DVD-Video Maker project is built out of titles, video sources, audio tracks, audio sources and subtitles.
They relate to each other in the following manner: Step 1: Add your titles (Click the Add Title button and select one or more of the video files that you want to add) ,Step 2: Edit your titles (You can edit each title by double-clicking it or by clicking on it once and pressing the Edit Title button) ,Step 3: Configure your project (Click the Project Settings button on the top to open the projects settings) ,Step 4: Choose a destination folder (At the bottom of the screen you can choose where DVD-Video Maker will put the encoded DVD files, as well as log files of the encoding process) ,Step 5: Burning (DVD-Video Maker can burn your encoded project straight to disc if it is completed) ,Step 6: Encoding (When you are all done creating your project, be sure to save it first. Then you can press the Create DVD button and the encoding process will start, providing you have enough free disc Space. How long the encoding takes is strongly dependant on the speed of your CPU.
It is Best to let your PC do this during the night, or during a very long coffee break) .When you have two or more video files that split parts of a longer movie, you can combine these together into one title in DVD-Video Maker.