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.
I could fit the videos I ever wanted in a DVD for free with this handy tool without having to use other crappy software. It would be perfect if we could edit the video menus, like live thumbnails and adding custom grid thumbs. But either way I highly recommend it for DVD general purposes.
The included DVD menus aren't very stylish by modern design standards, and although you can download more, it requires more effort and knowledge than the bottom-rung user should be expected to know. Still, it DOES what it advertises: It allows one to burn video files to a DVD (and if they're too big, will automatically encode them to fit with an acceptable trade-off in quality), and the installer contains no crapware.