As the original DVD Flick project is abandoned, this is a fork of this project to continue with basic support.
DVD Flick aims to be a tool to convert various PC video formats to a DVD that can be played on pretty much any standalone DVD player. Its main target audience is people who know at least the basics about DVDs and video and audio files.
Yes, the best Solution to burn Video DvD. Great Job. I Use DvD Flick many Years.
Multiple attempts and either the end result doesn't work right or it simply fails to finish the process, giving an error log that's a freaking novel, so no chance of figuring out what actually went wrong. And as others have pointed out, it's extremely slow, largely due to the fact it barely pushes the CPU at all. Also, won't load a saved project file, so there's more wasted time. And, unlike most other DVD authoring software, it can't use the chapters from the input files for the final product. Finally, twice now it's become stuck on the splash screen when loading it, and I can't even kill it with Task Manager, requiring a reboot. Just all around poor programming. The only differences I could see from the original are that it might be faster at loading the video files to be converted (good) and at least the original managed to finish and not freeze when starting, unlike this version (bad). So between the two, I'd say try the original and hope it works.
Much better than original DVD Flick, accepting major filetypes without failure. The best software for authoring discs with highest video quality, allowing to create "miniDVD" on CDs also. It's amazing!