Free DVD Creator aims to be a simple but at the same time powerful DVD Authoring tool. It can take a number of video files stored on your computer and turn them into a DVD that will play back on your DVD player, Media Center or Home Cinema Set.
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Description: Free DVD Creator (DVD Flick) aims to be a simple but at the same time powerful DVD Authoring tool. It can take a number of video files stored on your computer and turn them into a DVD that will play back on your DVD player, Media Center or Home Cinema Set. You can add additional custom audio tracks, subtitles as well as a menu for easier navigation. No other DVD creator supports such comprehensive video formats like Free DVD Creator.
1. Burn near any video file to DVD.
2. Support for over 45 file formats.
3. Support for over 60 video codecs.
4. Support for over 40 audio codecs.
5. Easily add a menu.
6. Add your own subtitles.
7. Easy to use interface.
8. Burn your project to disc after encoding.
9. Completely free without any adware, spyware or limitations.
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