How to Easily Burn Any PC Video File into DVD Within Minutes (15 Video Formats Supported)
(Easy to Follow Tutorial)
Would you like to burn your FLV, Real Video, WMV and other video files direct to DVD without having to convert them first and then bringing them to a disc-authoring program?
Try out the open source DVD Flick which supports a total of 15 PC video file formats. Check out this DVD Flick Tutorial.
DVD Flick does its job admirably well for an open source program. If you’re serious about producing DVDs from PC Video files, then this is the program for you.You don’t have to click on new project to get started with DVD Flick.
Flick and choose Save Project.
It’s advisable you do this as soon as possible after loading your clips to avoid redoing the task in case your computer
unlisted, then you can try loading it under All files *.*.
After you have loaded the file you can choose the edit title mode where you can set
chapters for your title and even tweak the output aspect ratio.
reveal info related to it. You should note the length of the clip to see
it doesn’t exceed the DVD capacity.
sufficient space in your DVD to accommodate your chosen files. If the
bar turns red, then you should remove some files to free some space.
could tweak the project settings so that you could obtain the desired
NTSC or NTSC-film. Encoding could be Normal, Fast, Fastest or Best.
Target bit rate should in most cases be left at Auto-fit. Let DVD Flick
set the bitrate according to the size of your DVD disc.
of the original or leave it as it is at 100%. If you have a home theater
system then you could opt for 5.1 surround.
If you have many titles added, then you
would want to choose play the next file. However, if you have only one
title, you can chose the Play it again option or Stop playing.You can also choose Loop to first title when the player has finished
with the last title.
straightforward. But you may want DVD Flick to back up your project to
disc for future use , in which case you tick near the blue icon.
Otherwise you leave the setting as it is.
click Accept and you can even use the
settings as default if you don’t want to make any changes for your next
DVD Flick project.
enough space in your hard disk to store the encoded DVD file.
Otherwise, you would have to remove some titles so that there would be
enough space to proceed.
quality of the output will depend on the quality of your source video.