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DVD Flick

A simple but powerful DVD authoring tool

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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.

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  • 1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Dear DVD Flick guys, I am working 3 decades in IT software development. Please do me a favor and stop developing. You do not know what you are doing. Your software produces data that requires to overburn a dvd. I wasted 3 hours on a top of the line quad core processor. Your software is inefficent in encoding, a time waster and seriously, please remove this rediculous "Find my soft Excellent LOGO from your homepage". Your software is rubbish and should not be hosted here on sourceforge. I recommend you got back to school and learn how to program quality software. Sourceforge used to be an excellent site for quality software. Why is there is there so much rubbish here these days. Guys, I recommend you do some testing before you allow some third class programmers to offer there crap for download here. Cheers from Australia and happy new year.

    Posted 01/01/2017
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    Multiple unsuccessful attempts, which, as others have pointed out, takes forever, largely due to the fact it barely pushes the CPU at all. Massive waste of time. Also, unlike most other DVD authoring software, it can't use the chapters from the input files for the final product.

    Posted 11/27/2016
  • 1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    I find a powerful MKV to DVD player - Avdshare Video Converter to help you convert MKV in 1080p, 720p or other resolution or convert H.264 MKV, MPEG-4 MKV, H.265 MKV, AVC MKV, VP8 MKV etc.

    Posted 10/27/2016
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    I downloaded this tool, and I guess it worked, but the picture quality went down a bit, and the audio and video got out of sync by about half a second, I see the lips moving after the talking in the movie stops, I compared it to the copy of the movie on the computer and the sync is off, is there a fix for it?

    Posted 12/14/2015
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    To address concerns of previous reviews: I use build 1.3.0.2, and it works reasonably well with SRT files (lots of customization options), but with MKVs, you need Xvid4PSP to convert your MKV to a hard subbed AVI. As for taking a while to process the audio track from an MP4 video file, make sure the audio is not encoded in AAC with any extensions like SBR. The version of FFmpeg included with DVD Flick doesn't know that particular flavor. I use VLC to identify when the audio track has an SBR AAC encoding, and then I use Mediacoder 0.7.5.4797 to encode an MP3 from those files - you just disable video processing and get a stand alone MP3 audio file which you can add in place of the MP4's audio track which you can remove and replace separately. It's one of DVD Flick's strengths. It's also very picky about characters in filenames. Any odd characters it doesn't like, certainly no Japanese characters (video not found message), and a curly brace "}" can cause an odd 424 Error. Just rename with a Square Brace "]" and it's fine. Also when I try to pull some MP4s into DVD Flick, it will complain with Video Not Found. Again, I use my version of Media Coder to Copy the streams into a new MP4 file. Yes it can do this (and can fix errant AVIs with bad or missing indexes, too). It will have a slightly more byte count - apparently this provides an index or something to fix the file format and usually DVD Flick likes that new file. I should try build 1.3.0.7 to see if it will use sources bigger than 1GB.

    Posted 11/20/2015
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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

Visual Basic

Registered

2006-06-15

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