DVD Flick

DVD Flick

Average User Rating:
3.8
out of 76 votes
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Quick Specs

Version:
1.3.0.7
File Size:
12.35MB
Date Added:
October 28, 2009
Price:
Free
Operating Systems:
Windows XP/Vista/7/2000 Professional
Total Downloads:
297,916
Downloads Last Week:
969
Product ranking:
#6 in DVD Software
Additional Requirements:
Not available

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  • All Versions:

    3.8

    out of 76 votes

    • 5 star: 30
    • 4 star: 23
    • 3 star: 8
    • 2 star: 7
    • 1 star: 8
  • Current Version:

    3.8

    out of 76 votes

    • 5 star: 30
    • 4 star: 23
    • 3 star: 8
    • 2 star: 7
    • 1 star: 8
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  • 4 stars

    "Still Works for Me!!"

    March 02, 2014   |   By flower_petals

    Version: DVD Flick 1.3.0.7

    Pros

    It does what it's supposed to do. I have never had a problem.

    Cons

    Does use a lot of processing power.
    Title menu selections are boring.
    Wish they would have given it an update.

    Summary

    After 5 years without an update, it still does what it needs to do. It is still my go to program for when I want to put my movie files on a dvd. It's free and it works.

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  • 4 stars

    "Not for the faint hearted !"

    February 24, 2014   |   By steveb444

    Version: DVD Flick 1.3.0.7

    Pros

    Supports multiple audio tracks, .ac3 (full 5.1) as well as .wav
    (DPLII/stereo), supports subtitles and has 'configurable' menus (templates). Correctly 'squeezes' 768x576 (or anything else) into 720x576 for SD PAL DVD.

    Cons

    DVD SD only (not SVCHD). Last updated 2009 (and uses FFmpeg from that date), makes assumptions (NTSC, 4:3) and has a habit of resetting your choices (16:9) back to 'auto' (4:3). The menu is 'fragile' and will confuse many DVD players = it will show a 'select language' menu (even when you only have one language) and generates a 'chapter' menu (even when you have no chapters). On some DVD players, using the 'menu' button on the remote control during playback can results in a lock-up = or the 'select language' page

    Summary

    Not for the 'drag and drop' user, however with a bit of 'tweaking' (and multiple checking that it hasn't changed your settings back to 'auto') you can build a multiple audio track SD DVD with full surround sound that will play in in a domestic DVD player on a wide-screen (16:9) TV display. To generate your own menu, check out the included templates in \Program Files\DVD Flick\templates (and be aware that you MUST have 100% 'valid' settings, even for pages you don't need if you expect to use the DVD in a normal player (DVDFlick actually creates all the menu 'pages', it just doesn't show them all)).

    Updated on Feb 25, 2014

    I note from the user forums that many people have problems burning direct to DVD == I'm not surprised, it uses 'built-in' ImgBurn, but (of course)it's 5 years out of date !!! Always generate the DVD files (or ISO) first (and check that the audio is 'in sync', another common problem) and then use the current (stand-alone) ImgBurn to do the actual burn.

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  • 4 stars

    "Works great for what it does!"

    November 12, 2013   |   By tedsnyder

    Version: DVD Flick 1.3.0.7

    Pros

    Does what it is supposed to do with no effort on your part. Easy user interface and simple to use. Did a great job of converting my mpg to dvd!!

    Cons

    It does hog the machine, so go get a coffee and it will be OK.

    Summary

    The complaints I read in comments here are from people that were looking for miracle software that would do everything that they could image. The developer did not promise all those things.

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  • 5 stars

    "I LOVE this program!"

    November 06, 2013   |   By perryinjax2

    Version: DVD Flick 1.3.0.7

    Pros

    This is THE most reliable and the BEST sofware I have used them all.. and this one is the absolute best.. I will use nothing else to burn my movies to dvd.

    Cons

    It does use a LOT of processor power when burning to dvd... but that is true of any program that is converting, producing an edit, or doing much of anything with large video files, give it a break already!

    Summary

    This is THE most reliable, bargain deal, best dvd burner program I have ever used or seen. And I have used almost all of them. THIS one can handle just about ANY format you can possibly throw at it.. very seldom does it need to be converted first before DVD FLICK can handle the file. The people that gave it bad reviews must not have set it up properly, which is very intuitive and easy to do for anyone familiar with video file types and dvd burning. Like I said, It is very very Resource hungry.. but so is anything else that has to do a lot of work on any large video file.
    It NEVER has taken me more than 3 or 4 hours to totally convert and burn, the complete process from beginning to end, including conversion and then burning of the dvd and the tray automatically ejecting.. NEVER any more than 3.5 hours from beginning to end for the Whole Process, but then I do have a very powerful notebook, Intel i7 processor and 8gb of Ram.. I have NEVER been disappointed by this program :-) LOVE IT!

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  • 1 stars

    "It doesn't work with all FLV files"

    April 03, 2013   |   By tarngol

    Version: DVD Flick 1.3.0.7

    Pros

    This on hasn't work for me

    Cons

    Couldn't open flv files. It say corrupted to all my flv files

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  • 3 stars

    "Good program, but very, very slow"

    January 13, 2013   |   By akarimi93

    Version: DVD Flick 1.3.0.7

    Pros

    Easy to use, excellent results

    Cons

    Takes way too long!

    Summary

    Very easy to use and works perfectly. The dvd quality is excellent. Only thing is it takes so long. For one movie, it took more than eight hours!!

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  • 1 stars

    "I don't know what I put on my computer"

    December 16, 2012   |   By mipada5

    Version: DVD Flick 1.3.0.7

    Pros

    None.
    I don't think it does anything and I'd be suspicious of the software.

    Cons

    I can't find out how to start the program. It didn't give me the startup screen. What is it doing on my computer that makes it take so long (as stated above).

    Summary

    I'm afraid to run the software.

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  • 5 stars

    "Did Precisely What I Needed"

    November 16, 2012   |   By IKTHUSRJD

    Version: DVD Flick 1.3.0.7

    Pros

    Had a fairly large 2 GB video and a standard DVD disc. Needed a program that would fit the video onto the disc. This program downloaded very easily, the instructions were clear and while, yes, it took a while to do the job, it did it perfectly. Very thankful.

    Cons

    Yea, OK, it's slow, but what's the hurry if you're looking for a job to be done and very well at that.

    Summary

    We're in a hurry, hurry generation. More often than not we expect perfection - yesterday. This program delivers just what it advertises and best of all, it's free.

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  • 3 stars

    "Nice, but wouldn't do what I needed to do"

    September 11, 2012   |   By Tim Orwick

    Version: DVD Flick 1.3.0.7

    Pros

    Easy to install and use

    Cons

    Would not divide a video into multiple pieces

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  • 2 stars

    "Bugs make it unusable"

    September 02, 2012   |   By BrokenToshiba

    Version: DVD Flick 1.3.0.7

    Pros

    Nice user interface

    Cons

    Seems to be abandonware: Web site hasn't been updated for a long time. Guide doesn't match screen: no "Enable Menu" check box. Very slow: 6 hours to make one DVD. Bugs: moving a clip doesn't work. On one DVD I burned the menus didn't work and the DVD's were unplayable (after the six hour wait!) so was a waste of time.

    Summary

    Bugs make it unusable. If author isn't going to support it should remove it since it doesn't work.

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