I use this very easy to use, download the trail and have a play
I am looking to buy some DVD authoring software. It is for me to use for school and needs to be able to take .wmv and convert it into a dvd to play on standard DVD players. Nice menus and options would be nice. I would consider paying up to £100 since we will get our moneys worth out of it.
I am also looking at getting sony vagas, as a video editing suite for me to use at school unless anyone knows of something similar that is better.
All import greatly appreciated.
Try DVDflick .. Its free !!! Ive used it a lot and it works very well ......
If not then as per above the vso convert X to DVD is very good as have got that as well - I found the vso software to be more reliable when I have used it.
Also there are open source free ways of doing it
VideoHelp.com - Forum, Guides, Tools and hardware lists or Doom9.net - The Definitive DVD Backup Resource or doom.net
Plenty of tutorials etc
Thanks for the replies. I shall try out the free stuff, which will great if the end project looks good.
keep us posted
I believe that Ashampoo Burning Studio (also free to education) can do similar, although I've never actually tried.
From the costed realm, there's always Premiere Elements.
I tend to use Nero vision, just because it works...
DVDflcik is definitely the choice, IMO.
Note that it's worth spending a little while setting up your own branded menu if you're going to be using it a lot. The menu .cfg files (in the templates folder) are fairly common-sense to edit and amend (just save backups often when you're making them, as there's no debugging it easily, and you can lose a fair bit of time since it just won't load the menus if something is amiss).
ICT_GUY (7th June 2009)
Just download Flick as want to burn the TED videos onto dvd.
I use Flick too - another vote from me!
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