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Recommend a free DVD Menu making software?


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tommybitt

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I'm looking to transfer, edit and burn home movie (DV) to dvd.
I have the software to input and edit, but cant create dvd menus with my software.
Anyone know of any software (free preferably) that can create menus?
Did some googleing, but was hoping for a positive recommendation.

Thanks for any input

Tom
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Try vso's convertXtodvd which has an easy to use dvd menu making system.

http://www.vso-softw...nvert_x_to_dvd/
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I tryed several programs to create my own menu's in the main menu i want a link to each seperate eps.

Tryed the following programs:
- NeroVision Express
- DVD lab
- DVD Slideshow Builder
- Unlead DVD Workshop

- Nero Vision didn't life up to my expectations, can't creat any menu you want only the one's you can select from the tamplates.

- DVD lab looks a profesional tool, but wasn't even abaile to import .avi files so didn't go on with that one.

- DVD Slideshow Builder,easy to use with professional features and same sort of layout as Movie Maker however a lot more powerful.Both static and motion DVD menu templates are available.

- Unlead DVD Workshop looked prommising almost finished my menu, cut change almost everything including place of the links to the eps. But the disapointing thing is it wants te re-encode the eps and needs alot of diskspace (40GB+) don't know why but that's just crazy. Well DVD Workshop looked most promising good features and almost everything could be edited in the menu's.
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Another freebie is DVD styler. You can download the portable app version here.
I haven't had the chance to try it out myself yet. But it's free so why not give it a go?

Edited by Magnificent Exploding Head, 21 September 2010 - 07:25 PM.

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