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DVD Flick

If you are looking for DVD Flick, you have come to the right place. We explain what DVD Flick is and point you to the official download.

What is DVD Flick?

DVD Flick is a video converter software from simple video files to DVD. Any saved video files on a computer can be burned in quick minutes as long as they belong to the supported video codecs. The video codecs accepted are around 60 which include MPEG 1, MPEG 2, MJPEG, Flash video, Windows Media, CamStudio and Apple QuickDraw. It also supports some audio codecs of over 40 formats like AAC, MP3 and Windows Media. Any video converted or burned to DVD is viewable in any DVD player, Home Cinema Set and Media Center. The FFMPEG project is responsible in decoding file formats to codecs for a successful DVD conversion.

User of DVD Flick does not only burn video files to DVDs but also customize a few basic things. These include subtitles in which you can create your own subtitles, and audio tracks for adding any music background. With its easy-to-use and convenient interface, you won’t have difficulty navigating the menus and converting videos.

This software product also reads AviSynth scrips for advanced post processing of photos through a scripting language. However, the AviSynth must be installed to become useful in DVD Flick.

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File types supported by DVD Flick

Our users primarily use DVD Flick to open these file types:

About file types supported by DVD Flick

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Last updated: : October 1, 2012