If you are looking for an DVD making utility to author and burn DVD's from popular videos formats like AVI, FLV, MOV, MP4, etc, you can stop searching as we have got an excellent and simple utility for you. iOrgSoft DVD Maker is an easy to use DVD burning program that enables you to create DVD from popular video sources including AVI, FLV, ASF, MOD, MOV, MP4, MPG, MTS, MXF, NSV, WebM and XAVC etc. file-formats. It supports various DVD formats consisting of DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL with selectable aspect ratio between 4:3 and 16:9. If you don't have an available DVD disc at hand, you are even save the result as ISO files natively for future burning a PAL or NTSC DVD.
Note: Before you insert an available disc, you’d better make sure it is for 120mins limitation or 240mins. If you insert a disc able to contain only 120-min movie but you import a 180-min movie actually, you will encounter problems.
The program is smart enough to provide flexible and easy trimming of specific segments out of the video in order to get you your favorite parts burned to DVD. In addition, the application offers professional menus. Users will be able to customize DVD menu by choosing supplied templates. What’s more, users can further add background image/music, text title menu and add play button.
iOrgSoft DVD Maker is a paid product and costs $39.95 for both Mac and Windows versions. But it is now free for a limited time.
How to win the Free License of iOrgSoft DVD Maker?
You just need to take a few minutes to leave your opinions about the following questions on the “Comment” box below, and you can have the chance to win the prize. We will randomly select from the commenters. Please remember to leave your email address (in the appropriate field at comment box) so we can generate and send the registration code. We will announce the winner after the contest is over on August 15, 2013.
If you miss the chance, don’t worry. You can grab the Summer Promotion Discount.
1. For what you use DVD burning for ?
2. When burning a DVD, what problems did you encountered ? And were you satisfied with the software you used?
3. What do you expect from a video converter?