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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Worked fine for my one time use. DVD play also looked good. Created the vob with it and then used dvdfab to create the iso and windows to burn it. Had just tried FreeMake that only made an empty vob in about 30 seconds of work. Tried WinXDVD but didn't like it burning an ad into the front and back of my DVD. I've not yet used DVD Flick extensively as I just had a need for a one time wtv to dvd burn and, as I said, it worked well. v220.127.116.11 build 738 running on win10, Intel I5 3.4ghz, 12gb memory, used about 90% of one core out of four available.
To address concerns of previous reviews: I use build 18.104.22.168, 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 22.214.171.124 to see if it will use sources bigger than 1GB.
Exelente proyecto Lo único que le encuentro de malo es que tarda mucho en convertir
using win/8.1 sound issue but was fixable in sound edit never had to adj sound issue before but everything else works so far.i rated design poor because of the sound sync issue hopefully it will get fixed.but thanks dvd flick for the free program can't complain about the price !
Great software, thank you.