Easily convert your video files to DVD-Video!
Create and burn custom DVDs!
Create custom menus or use pre-made templates; the choice is yours!
-Officially licensed DivX® video software product
-Produce high-quality DVD and DivX® video
-Import most popular video formats
-Capture video directly from your DV or HDV camcorder
-Add up to two subtitle streams
-Create your own custom menus or use ready-made templates
-Perform precise frame cut-edits with Smart Rendering
-Shrink (transcode) your video to fit onto different media
-Multi core CPU support
-Dolby Digital stereo output
-Free downloadable content such as new menu templates!
Windows Vista, XP SP2, Media Center, 2000
Intel Pentium 4 2GHz or faster (SSE CPU required)
512 MB RAM
NTFS file system
1024 x 768 or higher screen resolution
Internet Connection required for activation and periodic license check
Version 184.108.40.206 - November 29th, 2007
-Added+ SSE4 option added to the CPU preferences.
-Improved>> MPEG encoder optimized to SSE4.
-Improved>> DV capture library changed to efficiently skip invalid devices.
-Improved>> Writing engine update to ver. 8.51.
-Fixed: A false error could appear at output depending on the source file arrangement.
-Fixed: Depending on the source file arrangement, the full encode bitrate could be too low when outputing in DivX with smart rendering.
-Fixed: Video framerate would not revert to default in the menu general settings.
-Fixed: When erasing a layout in the subtitle editor, subtitles using a higher ID number would become invalid.
-Fixed: Audio filter preview may not function correctly if a filter is activated without clicking on a filter's 'OK' button.
-Fixed: '&' character may not display properly in the clip name.
-Fixed: Audio could disappear when a track contains a Dolby Digital and a LPCM source.
-Fixed: Menu template file could sometimes not be correctly read.
-Fixed: Parts of the start-up error message may not appear.
-Fixed: The application would crash at the end of clip playback when the uniformzation filter was activated.
-Fixed: Noise could appear when importing audio through the QuickTime reader.
-Fixed: The chaptering tool could limit the chapter marking within the current range without having the option enabled.
-Fixed: Sometimes, a first play track could be added even when a first play track was already present in the project.
-Fixed: Subtitles could not be correctly imported from a DVRMS file.
-Fixed: Maximum smart rendering bitrate could become invalid.