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.
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.
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.
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.