How to Create Video DVD with Menus playable on all Home Media Players
Hard Disks are getting clogged with Movies, Music videos downloaded from Internet and the ones shot from your Camcorder or Digital Camera. These are varied formats from various sources which are although playable on Computers and Modern DivX Players in Market but regular Home DVD Players aren’t able to read these files directly.
Even the most popular Video format today on web, FLV playback is not supported by these Home DVD Media player. In this article we use DVD Flick, a free program that lets you create movie DVDs from all kinds of video formats which will be readable by any player in the market. In addition, it supports adding custom audio tracks, subtitles as well as a menu for easier navigation. In short, Burn any video file to DVD for home Media Player Playback.
Add any Video File to the Program
On the Main Screen, Click Add Title to browse the Local disk and add Video (Don’t worry about the video encoding). You can add multiple files in one project and depending upon the length, yellow bar on left side will show you the amount of Disc space remaining.
Edit Title option allows you to set aspect Ratio of Video (whether Normal or Widescreen display). Add Subtitles if any for multilingual support and also Custom Audio Track so, that you can add Background Music to spice up.
Create DVD Menu Settings
Create beautiful DVD menus to played when the DVD is inserted useful for navigation selecting from the preset Menu designs.
DVD Burning and Playback Settings
Whether you want the video created to be burn on DVD or create ISO image on Computer for further burning. Customize the Playback of DVD, select the item to playback when title video is finished or set the Menu timings.
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