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DVD Flick

Posted on Sunday, August 05 2007 @ 20:23:38 CEST by

DVD Flick 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 as well as subtitles of your choice.

  • Added: A completely new subtitle reader and renderer.
  • Added: Better syncing of audio and video.
  • Added: Reminder that a blank disc needs to be inserted when burning project to disc.
  • Added: Options to use a title's chapter settings as defaults and to apply them to all other titles in a project.
  • Added: The option to create chapters on every new video source is no longer exclusive.
  • Added: Option to change the sound volume by percentage.
  • Added: Option to upmix mono or stereo sound to 5.1 surround.
  • Changed: Reworked project settings dialog for more room for options.
  • Changed: Warnings when a project destination path is used with extended ASCII characters, dvdauthor is not being very cooperative about these.
  • Changed: Hopefully better support for displaying Unicode filenames.
  • Changed: Visual refresh of logo and saturation change on icons.
  • Fixed: Bitrate was fixed to 6000 Kbit/s before, which could lead to oversized discs and other oddities.
  • Fixed: Forcing subtitles actually works now.
  • Fixed: Bug that caused PAL DVDs to have wrong heights therefore not work in most DVD players.
  • Fixed: Framerate misreported on computers that used commas as decimal separator.
  • Fixed: Bug when selecting multiple files.
  • Fixed: Adding certain types of files to a project could lead to a subscript out of range error.
  • Fixed: Possible audio delay on AVI files was always detected as -1 ms.

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