DVD Flick is a great, free utility that can read various video files and convert them to DVD format, which can be burned to DVD. This can then be played on any standalone DVD player, Media Center or Home Cinema.
|Operating System Support||Windows 8, Windows 2012, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 10, Windows 98|
|Available Languages||English, French, Polish, Chinese, Italian, German, Japanese, Spanish|
|Date||Monday, January 25th 2016|
There are a number of useful tools included in DVD Flick, including the ability to add additional custom audio tracks, and subtitles as well as create a menu for easier navigation. DVD Flick supports over 45 file formats, 60 video codecs, and 40 audio codecs. When you have created a menu and added subtitles (if required) you can then burn your project to disc after encoding.
DVD Flick can also read AviSynth scripts, which allow you to do advanced post processing of images using a powerful scripting language. You will need to have AviSynth installed in order to use its functionality in DVD Flick.
Key Features Include:
- Burn video files to DVD.
- Support for over 45 file formats.
- Support for over 60 video codecs.
- Support for over 40 audio codecs.
- Add your own subtitles.
- Easy to use interface.
- Add title menus.
- Burn your project to disc after encoding.
DVD Flick uses the powerful FFMPEG project to decode the many file formats and codecs it supports. FFMPEG is also used to provide audio and video encoding functionality in order to produce the finalized DVD.
Overall, DVD Flick is fantastic tool that is lightweight, easy to use and has virtually no learning curve. The interface is really simple to navigate and users of all levels of expertise will be able to convert and burn DVD files in no time.