Convert Falsh Video flv to DVD format, burn Falsh Video flv to DVD disc. Then your videos can be played on any DVD player. Designed especially for Falsh flv video. Optimized especially for Falsh flv video.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:27
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Solid AVI/DIVX to DVD Burner 1.2.7 Convert and burn your videos to DVD including AVI to DVD, WMV to DVD, DivX to DVD, MPEG to DVD and over 60 other video formats. Then you can enjoy the videos on any home or portable DVD player.
Solid Mkv to DVD Converter and Burner 2.2.7 Convert mkv to DVD format, burn mkv to DVD disc. Then your videos can be played on any DVD player. Designed especially for Matroska mkv video. Optimized especially for Matroska mkv videos.
Description: Convert Flash Video flv to DVD format, burn Flash Video flv to DVD disc. Support all DVD players, Media Centers or Home Cinema Set; Support 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); Create DVD chapters freely;Click to convert and burn; easy to use interface. Designed especially for Flash flv video. Optimized especially for Flash Video flv videos.
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