Windows DVD Maker Software FAQ
Q: What do I benefit from buying Windows DVD Maker?
A: Oh, it’s a good question. Thank you for asking this.
Firstly, you can get Windows DVD Maker without any functionality limitations or nag screens.
Secondly, we will provide you our “Service Code”. With this service code, you will get our premier customer service. (7x8 service locates in London and Singapore).
Thirdly, free software upgrade for up to 2 years.
Q: How many video formats does Windows DVD Maker support?
A: Windows DVD Maker supports nearly all video files: avi, divx, wmv, mpeg, rm, mp4 and over 60 other video formats. Check “Key features” in the help file to get a detailed list.
Q: I have taken some videos of my son and I have made some subtitles for these videos. Does your software support custom subtitles?
A: Yes. Windows DVD Maker supports various types of subtitles. Check “Key features” in the help file to get a detailed list. Wish you enjoy a good time with your son.
Q: My video is very long. I want cut it into many chapters in the DVD. Does Windows DVD Maker support chapters?
A: Yes. It’s very convenient to create DVD chapters in Windows DVD Maker. You can configure it in the “Settings -> Advanced Settings …”
Q: I don’t have much experience on computer. Can I use your software conveniently?
A: Windows DVD Maker has a very friendly user interface. We call it “Click to convert and burn”. The software will do remain jobs automatically. If you have advanced requirements, please read the help file or contact our support.
Q: I want to burn many DVD disc of my wedding video. Is there a quicker way?
A: Normally, Windows DVD Maker will do some encode job before burning to DVD. If you have many discs to burn, you can choose the “Solid DVD Virtual Recorder”. Via this embedded virtual recorder, Windows DVD Maker can burn your videos to ISO image on your hard disk. Then you can choose menu “Actions -> Burn ISO to DVD” (or press “F7”) to burn ISO to as many DVD discs as you like. It will be much sooner.
Q: I am not sure if my Home Cinema Set can play the DVD discs which are created by Windows DVD Maker?
A: Don’t worry about this. Windows DVD Maker supports almost all DVD players. We haven’t got any feedback that the DVD discs can’t be played. If you encountered this, you can get refund from us.