Monday, July 30, 2012

DVD Flick v1.3.0.7 build 738 Free

     DVD Flick aims to be a simple but at the same time powerful DVD Authoring tool. It can take a number of 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. You can add additional custom audio tracks, subtitles as well as a menu for easier navigation.


     DVD Flick is a free, open-source DVD authoring tool that can convert and write almost any video file or files into a DVD (or ISO) playable on any hardware DVD player.This program will let you (a) combine a single file or multiple files into a playable DVD, (b) add subtitles, and (c) add secondary audio tracks. It has a number of definite strengths, as follows:

♦ Simple, straightforward interface design. It is remarkable how simple and intuitive this UI is, especially for a DVD authoring tool. This alone is reason enough for me to switch to this program.
♦ Will convert almost any video file, which means that you are extremely likely to be able to put any video that you may have on your hard drive on DVD. This is not to be taken for granted, as I recently tried to convert a video file to DVD using another favorite program of mine, AVI2DVD, only to find that it was not able to handle the audio.
♦ A partial list of supported formats are as follows: AVI, MPG, MOV, WMV, ASF, FLV, Matroska and MP4. Supported codecs are amongst others, MPEG-124 (Xvid, DivX, etc.), Windows Media AudioVideo. MP3, OGG Vorbis, H264, and On2 VP56.
♦ You can convert to ISO image on hard disk if you do need want to burn to DVD or there’s not one handy.
♦ One thing that this program does not have is the option to create a title menu with custom backgrounds and/or music. My guess (from looking at the program’s feedback page) is that this will be coming in a future version. In any case if you must have this use AVI2DVD.

     This is the kind of freeware program that you just love, simple and sleek and gets the job done. If you want a simple program to convert your video files to playable DVD’s, it doesn’t get simpler than this. Highly recommended for any user, but especially if you are not technically inclined and just want something that is easy to use and just works!.

♦ Burn near any video file to DVD
♦ Support for over 45 file formats
♦ Support for over 60 video codecs
♦ Support for over 40 audio codecs
♦ Easily add a menu
♦ Add your own subtitles
♦ Easy to use interface
♦ Burn your project to disc after encoding
♦ Completely free without any adware, spyware or limitations

♦ Windows 2000 professional, Win XP, Vista & Windows7.
♦ P3 or higher or AMD K-6 or better.
♦ 64MB Ram minimum.

♦Added: buttonSubtitleMenuX and buttonAudioMenuX button types that jump to a title's audio or button menu directly.
♦Changed: Removed "High" encoding priority setting. It is not useful anyway (no speed gain,only chokes other processes).
♦Changed: Updated FFmpeg to revision 19276.
♦Changed: Updated ImgBurn to version
♦Changed: Removed "Enable menu" checkbox and replaced it by a "None" menu option.
♦Fixed: Overflow error when loading large files.
♦Fixed: Negative audio delays were not corrected.

♦Fixed: Bug that caused certain files to be detected as having 0 FPS video.
♦Changed: Updated 7-zip, MPLEX, delaycut, FFmpeg and mkvextract to their latest versions.
♦Changed: Modifications to the installer script (XhmikosR).

♦Added: 1.85 manual PAR option for titles.
♦Added: Copy timestamps option for titles.
♦Added: RealVideo 3 and 4 support. It's not perfect though.
♦Added: GSM audio support.
♦Changed: Made the Mosaic template less garish-looking. Not that it's been turned into a work of art now.
♦Changed: MPLEX is now used instead of TCMPLEX.
♦Changed: Updated FFmpeg to latest revision.
♦Changed: Adjusted default burn speed and speed warnings.
♦Changed: 2:3 pulldown is disabled by default now, but can be enabled from the advanced video options dialog.
♦Changed: The "Do you want to proceed" dialog is no longer shown.
♦Fixed: When running in unattended mode, "The project has been changed" dialog would still show up and keep DVD Flick from closing.
♦Fixed: UTF-8 subtitle support.
♦Fixed: Low\high burning speed warning even when burning to disc was disabled.
♦Fixed: Long duration of adding a new video source.

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