Xilisoft DVD Creator
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A simple application designed to help you easily and quickly convert various popular video formats, personalize them, and burn them on DVD
DISCOUNT: 30% OFFAs its name suggests, Xilisoft DVD Creator allows you to create DVD videos from clips of multiple formats, including AVI, ASF, 3GP, FLV, MOV and MPG.
The program is wrapped in a clean and intuitive interface. Videos can be imported into the file queue by using either the file browser, folder view or "drag and drop" function.
In the list you can view the thumbnail, name, resolution, zoom mode, duration and location of each video. If you want to leave the default settings unaltered, then you can immediately initialize the encoding procedure after specifying the volume label and destination (disc, DVD folder, ISO file).
Otherwise, you can configure video settings when it comes to the quality, TV system type and aspect ratio, along with audio properties (e.g. language, volume level, bit rate, channel mode). But you can also select the writing speed and number of copies.
Additionally, you can preview clips in a built-in media player and capture frames (as JPEG), customize the DVD menu (e.g. background music and picture, opening film) and trim videos by marking the start and end position or time values.
Xilisoft DVD Creator also allows you to crop clips, apply effects (e.g. oil painting, vertical blind), add watermarks (text or image) and customize subtitle preferences (e.g. language, vertical position). Plus, you can change the interface skin and language, select post-task actions (e.g. exit program, turn off computer) and set Xilisoft DVD Creator to run in the background.
The video processing program runs on a very high amount of system resources, finishes a task briefly and manages to keep a good image and sound quality. No errors have occurred during our tests and Xilisoft DVD Creator did not freeze or crash. There's also a help file that you can check out.
Xilisoft DVD Creator was reviewed by Elena Opris
Last updated on November 8th, 2012