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DVD Flick v1.3.0.7

Open source
Vista / Win2k / Win7 / WinXP
DVD Flick is a simple but at the same time powerful DVD Authoring tool. It can take several video files stored on your computer and turn them into a DVD that will play back on your DVD player, Media Center or Home Cinema Set. DVD Flick uses several external program to convert and encode various PC video formats to a DVD.

DVD Flick's main target audience is people who know at least the basics about DVDs and videoaudio files.

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DVD Flick v1.3.0.7 DVD Flick v1.3.0.7

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License type Open source1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 27 Jun 2009
Downloads 117,716
File size 12.35 MB (< 2min @ 1Mbps)
Operating systems Vista / Win2k / Win7 / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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DVD Flick v1.3.0.7

Works very well. I have thoroughly used this product for sometime. It takes anywhere from 1.45hrs to 2hrs for the average project. It has never rejected any AVI file that I have used. The picture quality is always seamless.Once I run this thru Nereo, I have never run into a machine that had anykind of problem.

DVD Flick v1.3.0.7

Works for burning avi files to a disc, but way too buggy to want to keep using or recommend . it takes up to 2 hours or more for burning an hour 12 movie to a disc when dvdshrink can burn up to 3 12 hours of video in under 45 minutes with full menu added . The picture often freezes or skips throughout , but is still OK to use as a freebie software for burning files when you cant find anything else .

DVD Flick v1.3.0.5

If the source video is mpeg2 compliant and 'Project Settings' > 'Video' > 'Advanced' is set to 'Copy MPEG-2 Streams' then the source will not be encoded - merely demuxed/muxed/authored. <br/>This speeds up the whole process.

DVD Flick v1.3.0.0 Beta

Yes, I have downloaded and run ver 1.2.2.1 <br/> <br/>It did not accept the .sub and .idx subtitle files I had, so went online and downloaded a .srt file. the only problem with that is that the merged product had subtitles often, but not always, had <i and i> at each end of the subtitle phrase. <br/> <br/>Any suggestions on how to fix this? <br/> <br/>Also, when I play the resulting DVD on my PC using VLC, there is the option for showing or not showing the subtitles. When I play on my DVD player connected to my TV, there are no subtitles seen, and no options for showing subtitles. Am I missing out on something simple here? <br/> <br/>All suggestions and direction much appreciated

DVD Flick v1.3.0.0 Beta

Not a fan. Slow to much effort & problems in my opinion. So you find yourself here posting questions and waiting for answers. <br/> <br/>I took the switch and payed for Xilisoft and could not be happier.