ConvertXtoDVD gives you the tools you need to take any video files from your computer and burn them to a DVD. While this procedure has always been possible, this program removes the complications and makes the process accessible to even novice users.
Excellent interface: When you open this app, it's clear what you need to do to add files, how to make any desired adjustments, and then convert and burn them to a DVD. All technical aspects of the process are handled for you, and optimal settings are automatically chosen. But if you have more experience with this process and want to customize elements of the converted file, you can adjust things like brightness, contrast, and aspect ratio, and you can make edits, all from the main window.
Chapters and subtitles: Another nice feature of this program is the way it automatically adds chapters to the files you process to burn to your DVD based on their details. You can also manually adjust the placement of these chapters and add subtitles before burning.
Trial limitations: The trial version of this app produces a watermark on converted files, so it's good for getting a feel for the program's capabilities; but to produce anything useable, you'll have to purchase a license for $44.99.
ConvertXtoDVD gives users of all skill and experience levels the ability to create DVDs from files stored on the computer. The finished DVDs can play on any DVD player, so you can enjoy your movies on your own TV or send them to friends and family without worry that they won't be able to play them.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of ConvertXtoDVD 18.104.22.168
From VSO Software:
ConvertXtoDVD is a 1 click solution to convert and burn your movie files to a compatible DVD playable on your home DVD player.
ConvertXtoDVD supports the most popular types of video and subtitles file. Equipped with a fast and quality encoder you get excellent results quickly.
The recommended settings are selected so that you get the best result possible. If you do decide to edit your videos or change any settings a live preview will help validate any editing you do to your video before the conversion.
Choose fullscreen or widescreen (4:3 or 16:9) as well as your choice for NTSC or PAL.
You can create your own menu, merge files, add custom chapters, remove unwanted parts of the video such as commercials, rotate videos, change the brightness/contrast/sharpness, and includes an audio normalizer.
Multiple audio and subtitle tracks are supported. Subtitles can be converted as external subtitles or embedded into the video, and can be tweaked to your desire: color, font, code page, positioning and so on.
Audio, video, and subtitle synchronization can be corrected with an easy to use" offset" feature.
You can change your output size and encoding quality and select the resize filters you want to be used.
Professional type settings are available like adding an intro video to play before loading the main menu or add a watermark/copyright to videos. Hardware decoding technology is included to lighten the CPU's load.
For the final step, save the conversion to your hard drive, burn to ISO or DVD, single or double layer disk, any brand of disks with any brand of burners. Set up your favorite burning settings.
ConvertXtoDVD is available in multiple languages.
User guide included and VSO support guaranteed for your slightest problems.
What's new in this version:
New menu editor that allows 100% customization
New menu structures and templates
New feature: add a watermark/ copyright (picture or text)
When with my Computer Desktop speed between 100 and 125 (Comcast ad says up to 150 and its close enough for me)This will make some movies etc into a DVD and looks very efficient and is easy to do ,does it in just around an hour or a little longer my speed being from my isp is 100 to 150 as advertised
There are not many that this will do not even video_Ts as advertised so I could merge ,there are problems with several others ,it takes over an hour then tells you it cant do this type ,I have a very fast speed over 100 because if you try to do other things on same computer it will crash
I should have looked around more this was great back in 2011 I forgot about it and am very disabled so I must choose what I buy more carefully the DVD on Windows is probably as fast and free ,often when Iwanted to use mkv lets say ************* told me another product to DVD I needed to buy