Windows DVD Maker

Click to download Windows DVD MakerMake your own DVD using Windows DVD Maker. Convert Videos to DVD format, burn the Videos to DVD disc. Then your videos can be played on home/portable DVD players. Support up to 60 Video formats.

Windows DVD Maker for Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista.

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Main Functions - Windows DVD Maker:

  • Convert & Burn your videos to dvd using Windows DVD Maker
  • Create DVD movie disc with your own subtitles;
  • Burn Any Video to DVD disc or ISO file.

Key features - Windows DVD Maker:


  • Support up to 60 Video formats including avi to dvd, divx to dvd, mpeg to dvd, wmv to dvd,rm to dvd, quicktime to dvd.
  • Support DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-5, DVD-9, Mini DVD, Mini DVD DL
  • Reliable burning engine will burn your videos to disc after encoding
  • Create your own subtitles (up to 32 for each video) via Windows DVD Maker
  • Create DVD chapters freely via Windows DVD Maker
  • Click to convert and burn; easy to use interface

Support Video formats - Windows DVD Maker:


AVI files: *.avi | MPEG video files: *.mpg;*.m2v;*.mpeg | QuickTime files: *.qt;*.mov | MPEG 4 files: *.mp4;*.m4v | Windows Media Video files: *.wmv;*.asf | 3GPP files: *.3gp;*.3g2 | Flash Video files: *.flv | HD QuickTime files: *.hdmov | Matroska files: *.mkv | Motion |JPEG video files: *.mjpg | Nullsoft Video files: *.nsv | NUT files: *.nut | RealMedia files: *.rm | Smacker files: *.smk | Vorbis files: *.ogm

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System Requirements -Windows DVD Maker:

OS

Microsoft® Windows XP (SP2 or later), Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8

Processor

1GHz Intel/AMD processor or above

RAM

256MB RAM (512MB or above recommended)

Free Hard Disk

30MB space for installation

Graphic Card

Super VGA (800Ă—600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher

 

Features

Windows DVD Maker has a simple Aero Wizard-style user interface. The first step of the wizard involves importing video files from the computer's file system. The videos can be rearranged to play in a different order, and Windows DVD Maker automatically splits the videos into scenes that can be accessed from a special Scene Selection page in the DVD menu system.

In the next step, various animated DVD menu styles can be applied. Many of these are similar to the transition effects available in Windows Movie Maker. Users can also customise the font and button styles. Windows DVD Maker can also add a slide show of pictures with a musical accompaniment and transition effects. The application can also show an interactive preview of what the DVD will look and act like when it has been burned. For example, users can navigate the DVD menus using the arrow buttons (mimicking the action of using a DVD player remote control).

Windows DVD Maker is designed to encode video as a "below normal" priority background process to ensure the computer remains responsive during the burn process. By design this feature puts the program at the back of the line among user mode applications. This can be circumvented using the Windows Task Manager to adjust the priority.