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  • Adapter icon


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ConvertXtoDVD Comments

Comment by jjarolim
about ConvertXtoDVD · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Wonderful application and imho worth any cent of it: You can really throw any video format in, create an appealing video menu in a minute - insert a blank cd, start the encoding and leave the computer.

Didn't really find an as easy usable open source alternative yet - And that's the point: I'm not interested in (and don't have the time for) all that tech.know-how around video formats/encoding that's required sometimes if you want to use the open source alternatives: I have a video and simply want a dvd with a menu.

Comment by Sean-Paul
about ConvertXtoDVD · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

ive been using 'Free Video to DVD Converter' from

they have lots of great, small, easy to use programs that do just what the name says. not a very thorough solution but gets the job done fast.

another popular program would be DVD Flick as its a bit more in depth with customization, but takes much much longer to convert and process.

Comment by JaimeB
about ConvertXtoDVD · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

None of the actual alternatives to ConvertXtoDVD, work to convert files to DVD. Yes you can use a combination of them to do the job, but that's not the idea. Any better suggestions?