Windows DVD Maker Convert Videos to DVD format, burn the Videos to DVD disc. Then your videos can be played on home/portbale DVD players. Support up to 60 Video formats. Compatible with Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista. Windows DVD Maker is designed to enable the creation of DVD movies that can be played using DVD playback software or on a standalone consumer DVD player. In some ways, it is comparable to iDVD in Mac OS X.
What's new in this version:
Version 220.127.116.11 supports Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.
Although I didn't burn a dvd using this software, it seemed very easy to use and had no problem with the mp4 format my video was in.
I downloaded the software directly from the website, and there was nothing on the website that indicated that a watermark would be added to video during the trial period. (I just double-checked the site and searched for the word "watermark". Nope, not there.) However, after I clicked on "Start" to begin burning a dvd, a message appeared stating that a watermark would be added unless I purchased the software. Two buttons were available: "purchase" and "trail" (yes, trial was misspelled).
Not happy with the fact that the trial version places a watermark on the video, that it's not mentioned on the website for the software, AND that it's not mentioned here in the software description. That's a sneaky way to get users to buy your software, and a practice I don't care for. I'm going to give another free software a try instead.
Easy to use and works perfect on my new laptop with Win 10. I did not make any DVD before. But with its straight forward interface, just add videos, setup options , then click Start, wait several minutes. Ok, I got the DVD ready and eject automatically.