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convert videos to DVD format AVStoDVD enables you to convert various AVI and MPEG formats to DVD compliant streams and burn them to disc, save them as DVD folder structure or store them in ISO format. The program takes advantage of several Open Source applications that come included with the installer (AviSynth, ImgBurn, QuEnc/HCenc/ReJig/FFmpeg...) and are seamlessly integrated with AVStoDVD. AVStoDVD supports subtitles, PAL/NTSC output (PAL is set as default), DVD Authoring, DVD Menu editing and more. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher AVStoDVD (Open Source) Price Free
Version 2.8.8  history Last updated Dec 29, 2018
File Size 51.9 Mb Requirements None

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This software is for you,... 1 stars by johnchendershot787 May 03, 2013
If you happen to have a PhD in video technology, this software is for you. If you happen to be a super villain who wants to bedevil some poor superhero, sent him a link to this software. If you happen to be just some ordinary Joe but you want vengeance upon some ordinary other Joe, send them a link to this software. If you happen to be a masochist, use this software, if you like watching DOS error messages scream by in screens that close themselves far too rapidly, use this software. If you'd like to learn the meaning of every possible minor option in video software, this is a great way to do it. If you like software that changes the options you select without notifying you, this software is for you. If, however, all you want to do was burn a video DVD find something else. show Review details
Simple to advanced 5 stars by gimpguy Aug 21, 2011 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
I was quite surprised by this, especially as freeware. In no time, I took a few videos, created a menu and created the folder structures. I can say, it worked very well and great quality. I burned to DVD, worked flawless. It was easy to add videos, then you have the menu editor which is fairly straight forward, allowing you to choose backgrounds, motion thumbs, normal thumbs, and the text has enough options as well. Save as .iso, DVD structure, mpeg2, whatever suits you and as stated, in no time, you have a decent edited movie with title and chapter buttons. For most, you may want to go into options and select NTSC instead of PAL, two standards but many times only one works so Google it if you don't know the difference. All in all, a very nice DVD menu creator and editor, which will only get better and is simply awesome! show Review details
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