With ConvertXtoDVD, video conversion software, you can convert and burn all your videos and convert Avi to DVD!
Backup and transfer your movies to DVD and enjoy watching them on any home DVD player. All in one conversion and burning software.
This award-winning divx to dvd video converter software supports most video and audio formats for video conversion (avi, mpg, mov, wmv, mkv, ogm and more) and even handles DVD to DVD copy.
-Video formats supported: avi, divx, xvid, mov, mkv, flv , mpeg-1, mpeg2-, mpeg-4, nsv, dvr-ms, tivo, ts, ifo, vob, asf, wmv, realmedia, rm, rmvb, ogm, existing files from digital camcorders, TV/Sat, capture cards, etc. No external codecs needed like avi codec download
-Create DVD menus with different templates available, possibility to add background video, image or audio, have chapter and audio/subtitle menus
-Conversion advisor wizard, control of the conversion speed vs. quality
-Fast and quality encoder, typically less than 1 hour for converting 1 movie, and supports Multi-Core processors!
-Included burning engine with burn speed control choice of SAO or packet writing methods, supports all DVD formats
-Custom and or automatic chapter creation with markers and preview window
-Advanced file merging possibilities
-Audio formats supported internal and external: AC3, DTS, PCM, OGG, MP3, WMA and more...
-Subtitles files supported internal and external: SRT, .SUB/IDX, .SSA with color and font selection, and supports tags like italic, bold
-Video output for video standard (NTSC, PAL), TV Screen (Widescreen 16:9, Fullscreen 4:3) and DVD Resolution (Full D1, Boradcast D1, Half D1, SIF), or choose automatic for all choices listed above. Also convert video from NTSC to PAL or PAL to NTSC
-Video post processing settings like video resize-pad/cropping and de-interlacing options
-Multilingual support available languages...
Processor: Pentium III / AMD Athlon (Intel Pentium 4 / AMD Athlon XP or equivalent recommended)
512 MB RAM with Windows 2000 or XP 1 GB RAM with Windows Vista
Hard disk drive with at least 4.3 Gbytes free
Video card with DirectX 9.0c support
Windows 2000 SP4, XP SP2 or Vista
ConvertXtoDVD - 126.96.36.199 - Released the 1st of July 2008
+small bugfix on menu organisation
-0001969: [Information] I have 2 small .FLV files that get's a green line on the bottom, please analyse (wesson)
-0001971: [Bug] The Film Template v1.0.1 / Root Menu Title dissapears after 2-3 seconds (wesson)
-0001972: [Bug] If 1 video only the DVD start on the movie instead the root menu (wesson)
ConvertXtoDVD - 188.8.131.52 - Released 27th of June 2008
+improved resilience on bogus RMVB files
+preview causing application freeze fix
-0001953: [Bug] NO audio after 10 mins on a specific rmvb file converted.... (wesson)
-0001608: [Crash] Application crashes while previewing a specific .ts file (wesson)
-0001939: [Bug] freeze during title set operation (wesson)
ConvertXtoDVD - 184.108.40.206
Fixes minor issues about voice prompts and error handling
-0001940: [Crash] Exception raised "Unsupported number of input channel for AC3 - 3 (C:\Workplace\FFmpeg\U_av_audio_file.pas, line 1257) (wesson)
-0001858: [Bug] Text in master language file wrong causing wrong understanding/confusion (wesson)
-0001823: [Suggestion] Confusing text in Item 145 (wesson)
-0001941: [Bug] burn projects even without ANY .ifo (wesson)
-0001926: [Bug] Unsupported number of input channel for AC3 (wesson)
-0001942: [Bug] Changing Default value for element location in DVD menus labels does not work (wesson)
-0001936: [Bug] The word [Default] at treview--> Audio not updated to the translated word (menu 79 item 294) (wesson)
-0001928: [Bug] Access violation at conversion (wesson)
Burning SDK - 2.1.10
Drive features detection changed
-0001929: [Bug] sdk issue (wesson)
-0001862: [Bug] improper detection of the hardware capability (wesson)