DVD-Audio Solo 4.4 Build 1410401
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What's new in DVD-Audio Solo 4.4 Build 1410401:
- New disc burning engine to improve reliability.
- Improved still pictures aspect ratio and quality.
- Editor for overlay title template
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- FILE SIZE:
- 17.3 MB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- Cirlinca Inc
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- C: \ CD/DVD Tools \ Audio CD/DVD Burning
DVD-Audio Solo is a dependable utility that can help you turn DVD authoring into a child’s play. The application helps you rip DVDs, play their multimedia content or record sounds which can be burned on a disc any time.
Easy to use and straightforward DVD burning applicationThe program allows you to encode and rip DVDs, using multimedia files from your computer, which can be previewed before burning. Furthermore, you can play media files that have already been written on a DVD.
Additionally, you can use the program to record sounds and burn them on a DVD, using a microphone or other related device.
Handy and reliable DVD authoring toolWith the help of DVD-Audio Solo, you can encode various video or audio files before ripping them on a DVD, by choosing the sampling rate, channels used and compression. This way, you can ensure file optimization before burning it to a DVD, saving you from situations such as wrong encoding for a burned file.
Aside from these, you can freely choose the audio encoding used for your burned files, depending on your preferences. For instance, you can choose FLAC encoding over WAV, WMA, AAC and MP4, as it provides you with high-quality audio files at the cost of disk size.
An intuitive and robust DVD ripper and encoding programAs a base conclusion, you can use the DVD-Audio Solo to author your DVDs or play multimedia files contained by other discs. In addition, you can record sounds and use the application to quickly rip them on a DVD.
DVD-Audio Solo was reviewed by Andrei Fercalo, last updated on June 10th, 2014
Runs on: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
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