For example, if you want to quickly burn all the videos from the latest holiday or your birthday party onto a DVD, you do not necessarily need expensive authoring software. For home use, the free program “DVD Flick” is enough. The principle is straightforward: just load the desired videos into the project window and set the order of the films. “DVD Flick” imports all important formats from MP4, M4V and MPG via MKV, MOV and VOB to WMV, AVI, DivX and FLV.
For each individual clip, specify a name, specify the preview image over a given time, generate chapter indexes (for example, automatically every two minutes), replace the audio track if necessary, or add another one and provide the movie with subtitles. For the entire project, you not only specify the target medium (ie CD, DVD, DVD DL or Mini DV), but also specify a television standard (PAL or NTSC) and a target bit rate, and decide whether to use the collection as ISO Save file or burn directly. Optionally, you can choose between five simple menus for the CD / DVD interface.