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mediAvatar Video to DVD Converter offers an integral solution for those who need to create pro-looking DVDs out of a wide selection of video file formats and codecs. The program covers the entire creation and edition process – from video selection to DVD burning – while giving you the possibility of adding stunning video effects, subtitles, watermarks, and dynamic menus to your video creations.
You can combine any number and type of video files when creating your DVD (subject to the disc capacity, of course), and the program will convert them all into the corresponding DVD-compatible (MPEG) files on the fly. You can choose between a “quick and dirty” DVD creation process or a more elaborate one with extra features. You can simply select a number of video files and send them to the DVD burner right away, or you can customize it a little. You can cut and trim your video files to leave out any unwanted fragment (i.e., commercials or credits), add and combine some of the video effects available (negative, black and white, old film, oil painting, etc.), add a watermark to personalize your DVD, include a menu with your favorite scenes and background music for easy disc navigation, and even add subtitles from an SRT file. The resulting DVD will be nothing short of a professional disc, far from those amateurish home-made DVDs we used to make.
The program has been designed to be of use to anyone. Its interface is nicely designed and offers clear and spacey windows, but its extensive functionality seems to have been placed in a hurried or disorganized manner. A wizard-like interface always makes tools like this much more usable. However, it will only take you a couple of minutes to get the hang of it and start designing and burning your personal DVDs.
- Offers a video-to-DVD integral solution
- Includes subtitle support
- Allows you to watermark your videos
- Includes a wide range of menu templates
- Fully customizable DVD settings
- Allows you to add stunning effects
- Subtitles cannot be typed in
- The interface layout may be confusing at first