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    Download FREE DVD Flick Software for Burning DVD Videos

    This is a guest post by Mahender who blogs at StepsandTips. If you would like to write for NiharsWorld, check our guest posting guidelines.


    DVD Flick is a complete freeware available for burning almost all types of DVD Videos. It can be used as an alternative for Nero Vision Express. The interface is simple and user friendly. It aims to be a simple but at the same time powerful DVD Authoring tool. It can take a number of video files stored on your computer and turn them into a DVD that will play back on your DVD player, Media Center or Home Cinema Set. You can add additional custom audio tracks, subtitles as well as a menu for easier navigation. Also read how to make DVD Size movies to small Size.
    Download FREE DVD Flick Software for Burning DVD Videos

    DVD Flick Features

    • Burn near any video file to DVD
    • Support for over 45 file formats
    • Support for over 60 video codecs
    • Support for over 40 audio codecs
    • Easily add a menu
    • Add your own subtitles
    • Easy to use interface
    • Burn your project to disc after encoding
    • Completely free without any adware, spyware or limitations

    How to Create a New Video DVD Using DVD Flick

    Step 1 : Add Your Titles  

    Click on Add title to add videos in your computer. you can edit title by clicking Edit Title and can also Remove  by clicking on Remove Title.

    Use Move Up and Move down to set the order of Movies in DVD.

    Dvd Flick Add Title

    Step 2 : Select Destination Folder

    At the bottom of the screen you can choose where DVD Flick will put the encoded DVD files, as well as log files of the encoding process. It is recommended to put this folder on a fast hard drive, which has enough free space available. How much free space is needed is indicated on the lower right of DVD Flick’s main window.

    Step 3  : Configure the Project

    Click the Project settings button on the top to open the project’s settings.

    DVD Flick Project settings

    The only thing you really need to set here is the Target size under the General tab, and the Target format, and Encoding profile under the Video tab.

    For Target Size, choose the size of the disc you will be burning your project onto. Usually the default setting of DVD-5 (4.3 Gb) will be fine, but if you wanted to use a dual layer disc or any other common format, you can select that as well.

    For Target Format, you must choose which format is used on the standalone DVD Player you will be watching the DVD on. For most Europe, Asian, African and Oceanic countries this should be set to PAL, for most American countries to NTSC. Some DVD Players support both formats, in which case you should select the Mixed format. When using the Mixed format each separate title will be determined to be either PAL or NTSC, and encoded as such.

    For Encoding Profile, you must make a trade-off between the time it will take to encode the DVD, or the quality thereof. Generally Fast offers reasonable image quality, the difference between Normal and Best is almost unnoticeable. Though if you are going to make a DVD that is near or over 3 hours in length, it is not recommended to choose Fast but Normal or Best instead or the image quality will suffer.

    Step 5: Burn the Project

    DVD Flick - Burning

    DVD Flick can burn your encoded project straight to disc if it is completed successfully. 

    To enable this, check the Burn project to disc option under Project Settings, and the Burning tab.Disc label can be set to the label of the disc as displayed by your computer, but is not used by DVD players. Be sure to select the right drive to burn to, and to insert an empty disc in it before starting the encoding.

    If you would rather have just an ISO image of the DVD to burn at your own leisure, only check the Create ISO image option, and enter a disc label.

    Add subtitles to your Video

    To add subtitles to a title, all you have to do is Click on Edit the title, go to the Subtitles tab, and use the Add button to add subtitle files to the title. You can reorder them using the arrow buttons.

    DVDFlick- Add subtitle

    Add audio tracks

    You can also add Audio Tracks. A good example for when you want to add another audio track would be to add a second commentary track or some music.

    DVDFlick - Add audio track

    DVDFlick system requirements

    • Processor: A Pentium MMX or compatible AMD processor, or better. A Pentium IV or later is recommended, the faster the better. Multithreading is supported.
    • Memory: At least 256 MB of free physical RAM, 512 MB or more is recommended. When using Windows Vista, at least 512 MB is required.
    • Operating system: Windows 2000 Professional, or any edition of Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7.

    Download DVD Flick and DVD Flick Open Source

    Download DVD FlickLatest version: 1.3.0.7 – 13 MB

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    3 Comments

    1. shane ryans says:

      Wow, that’s really cool. I have wanted to do this. Do the burned DVD’s work on game consoles? I use netflix too so this would be awesome!

    2. Naresh says:

      Hi mahender, I have been looking for the software which can play the videos in DVD player…..I have tried with Nero its working good, but the only problem with nero is it will take much more time to convert to video DVD format, its a time consuming process… As you posted in this article that DVD Authoring which will convert to video and will play in dvd players…..So my question is how much time this software will take time to burn…Thanks for sharing

      Thanks & Regards

      Naresh

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