Burn any video to DVD

When burning a Video to DVD, the first thing that usually comes to mind is to use windows  own tool: Windows DVD Creator. Although this piece of software is extremely easy to use, and has the best DVD Menu features, there are lots of things that let the program down.

Most importantly is it can’t convert most formats to DVD. Sometimes it will give an error message. Sometimes it will say the DVD is ready and the DVD will play with no sound, or some sort of error. The problem is: DVD Creator can’t convert most formats to a DVD.

So, what to do? The first thing we think about now is: Google.

Well, we’ve already done that for you, and found one particular program that seems to stand out. Not only do most websites and forums recommend it, but so do Microsoft.

Don’t believe me? Well, I was chatting to Microsoft yesterday, and here’s some of what they said:

Nicholas: Welcome to Microsoft Customer Service Chat, Rhys. Please give me a moment while I review your question. Would that be alright?
Rhys: Yes.
Nicholas: I will be right with you.
Nicholas: Thank you for waiting.
Nicholas: Please give me a moment while I search for the support options for this issue. If I am unable to find any relevant information, I will discuss the applicable support options.
Nicholas: Thank you for waiting.
Nicholas: I request you to convert the AVI file to DVD and then write it to the disc.
Nicholas: DVD Flick is the software suggested by our Community support professionals to convert the AVI to DVD.
Nicholas: Microsoft provides third-party resources to help you find customer service and technical support resources. Microsoft is not responsible for the content of any third-party Web sites.
Nicholas: Thank you for using Microsoft Customer Service Chat.  Please feel free to come back again.  We are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

So, Microsoft recommend DVD Flick too.

I used it, and it may not be as easy to use as Windows DVD Creator, and it may not have as much variety of menu styles, but it gets the job done. It also converts any format to disc. Well, i’m not sure about any, because I haven’t tested all formats.

It’s one of the best pieces of software for creating DVDs.

Oh, and did I mention it’s free, too?

Click here to download DVD Flick

Click here for a guide of how to use DVD Flick (with pictures!) 

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