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 formats (including: DivX, Xvid, MOV, VOB, Mpeg, Mpeg4, AVI, WMV, DV) and supports subtitles. 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/contract, and includes an audio amplifier. 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. 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:
- [Bug] overflow with ssa subtitles - resolved.
- [Bug] falsely reports "Please insert media to continue" when there is a disc already in the drive." - resolved.
- [Bug] burning a second project without restarting the program, the Burn Engine pops up grayish - resolved.
- [Bug] encoding option "automatic" is always used rather than users choice - resolved.
- [Bug] unchecking "don't create title menu for single video" in treeview is not taken into... See all new features »