Easy DVD Creator is a handy software tool that allows you to create DVD movies from your video files. You can merge any number of video files into a DVD movie up to 3 hours long. The program does not only create the DVD movie, but it also burns it to a blank DVD. Both DVD-5 and DVD-9 are supported by Easy DVD Creator, and as it includes built-in codecs, you do not need to install anything else for the program to work.
The program includes a modern and intuitive user interface where you can create a video list with all the videos you want to include into your DVD movie. You can select the TV standard (PAL or NTSC) and the aspect ratio (4:3 or 16:9) for your movie, as well as the DVD recording drive. There is also a built-in media player that allows you to preview any of your source video files. However, sometimes this media player opens a new window to play back your video, and sometimes it simply doesn't work. Easy DVD Creator offers you additional possibilities, such as to create your DVD movie on a hard disk folder or to burn a movie to a blank DVD.
The program comes with a lot of extra features that turn it into a powerful tool, useful both for professionals and amateurs. I consider that the most remarkable feature of the program is that it supports multi core 64-bit CPUs and Multithreading technology, so that it takes full advantage of your CPU capabilities to provide very good processing speeds. Additionally, the program can add letterboxes to keep the original aspect ratio of your source video, while featuring an excellent output quality, too.
All in all, Easy DVD Creator provides you with an easy yet powerful way to create DVD movies from your individual video files. There is no need to deal with complicated parameters – simply add your source videos and transfer them to a DVD disc at the click of a button.
- Modern and intuitive user interface.
- Includes built-in codecs.
- Provides very good conversion speeds.
- Excellent output quality.
- Adds letterboxes to keep the original aspect ratio
- Sometimes, the built-in media player simply doesn't work