AVStoDVD is a flexible tool to convert various media formats to DVD compliant streams and burn them into a highly compatible multiple tracks DVD. Features: Video/Audio editing, encoding, DVD Authoring and Burning, DVD Menu Editor with customizable menu.
- Video encoding using HCEnc/FFmpeg.
- Audio encoding using FFmpeg/Wavi/Aften. Multiple Audio tracks are supported.
- Subtitles encoding using SubtitlesCreator/VobSub. Multiple subtitles tracks supported.
- DVD Authoring using MuxMan/BatchMux.
- ISO Image Building and DVD Burning using ImgBurn (not included in the installer package).
- Internal DVD Menu Editor with customizable static and motion menus.
- Video and Audio editing using AviSynth filters.
- Batch encoding is supported.
You can't distribute AVStoDVD under a Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial license because you are using GNU GPLed programs into it. You should release it under a GNU GPL compatible license.
Hands down the best I've used thus far for creating personal dvd's from various formats. DVDstyler, Convert X, etc. pale in comparison.
This is by far the best Freeware DVD Burner I have ever found. It also has a great selection of Menu Templates which you can download to the Menu template folder and extract them. There is alot of wiggle room for editing your DVD menu down to the Font size, background, and much more. my advice, keep it simple, you don't need a bunch of extra software to use AVStoDVD. All you need really, is Imburn which you can download and it is Freeware also, If you have any questions I will try to help just let me know, thanks Hello, user jhollon3222 you had a question about getting AVS to work after you formatted your hard drive and started with a New OS. you can try this, go to Device Manager and uninstall your DVD-rom player, then turn the computer off, unplug the DVD-rom player and replug the cable and power back up, then restart your computer and see if your computer updates the Disk Drive, if you have more info why it does not work maybe i can help, for example, is your DVD drive reading any DVD's you put in the drive. so I hope that helps,
Yes it's definitely promising. But can not be considered seriously outside the US because of lacking the support of accented filenames.
This is most advanced piece of open software I've ever used