Forget convertxtodvd for windows, here comes mandvd!
I saw it on getdeb and decided to install it. Oh man, was I glad I did.
It let’s you convert .avi, .mpg, … to dvd format.
It’s not in the repositories but grab the .deb installer here.
Download the file to the desktop –> double click it –> install package -> done.
The file will be in applications –> sound and video –> mandvd
The first thing I noticed was how great I looks. See what I mean.
(note: a little language glitch)
Some of it’s features:
– Convert multiple videos to the dvd format
– Add Subtitles
– Sync Audio and Video
– Remove logos from the screen
– Remove “noise” from the video
– Cut part out of the video
– Add chapters
– Make a slideshow
– Add a intro video
– Make a dvd menu
– Add pictures and music to that dvd menu
– Supports multiple cpu’s
– Some language glitches (nothing that serious)
– For some reason the program doesn’t like to be minimized (you can’t do it)
I haven’t actually converted a video with it yet but from what I have been reading it does the job like it should.
Thing to know:
– Even with a fast computer, converting will take a long time (this is where your expensive hardware pays off!)
– Always burn a dvd at a low speed