The Corel Direct DiscRecorder is a multimedia manager that allows users to make, edit, burn and share audios, videos, music and even photos in DVD fomats and Blue-ray disc media format. File formats that the Corel Direct DiscRecorder can process include multimedia sourced from AVCREC, BDAV and DVD-R formats. It is created by Corel TW Corporation and its extension file name is DVDVR.exe. Its full-feature version is available for purchase.
The Corel Direct DiscRecorder opens up to user-friendly interface which allows users to quickly and easily find the titles and chapters from the multimedia library list, such as a movie or MP3 playlist. Other highlighted functions that users readily see include the Add Media, Edit Media, Options and Setting. Users can add four types of media to their library list. These are videos sourced from slideshows or hard drive, video from a DVD disc or AVCHD camera recorders, videos from analog sources and videos from digital sources.
Videos copied from the Corel Direct DiscRecorder can be personalized by adding a video clip or a slideshow. This is simply done by dragging and dropping the particular video clip to be added into the Corel Direct DiscRecorder's Change Clip Sequence function and clicking OK. Meantime, music from a hard drive or from a disc can be imported and edited using the application's editing and playback control tools.
Our users primarily use Corel Direct DiscRecorder to open these file types:
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