DVD authoring tools can make it easy for even those without any formal education in film to make a decent video. Some of these options are actually free, and you may want to consider trying them out if you want to take a shot at DVD authoring yourself.
Bombono DVD is completely free and available for the Windows and Linux operating systems. It allows you to take advantage of a WYSIWYG editor, supports drag-and-drop operations and can even add subtitles to your videos.
Video to DVD Converter
Video to DVD Converter from Koyote really doesn’t have much going for it in terms of a creative name, but the name actually says exactly what it is. It makes it easy for people without any significant experience to encode common video formats on DVDs. It can save a lot of time and, if you’re not interested in sophisticated editing, it’s a nice shortcut to just getting a DVD from your footage.
Encore CS6 is from Adobe and that means you can count on two things. One, it’s a professional quality product. Two, there’s something of a learning curve involved. It is, however, very powerful and, if you want to get into more advanced DVD authoring, this is a good tool to look at.
DVDStyler runs on the Macintosh platform and doesn’t cost anything, being available under the GNU General Public license, also known as the GPL. It has a drag-and-drop interface, supports many different formats and allows you to easily burn a DVD from a simple set of menus.
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