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DVDit

What is DVDit?

Developed by Sonic Solutions, DVDit is a program that enables you to author, encode, customize, and burn your DVD projects on a Windows platform. It is template-driven with a drag and drop interface and accessible menus which give you the liberty to arrange and design your DVDs.

The program features multiple audio and subtitle tracks, associated navigation control, clip playlists, Dolby Digital 5.1 audio, and pro mastering options for content protection. It also includes the Sonic EDVD which serves as a tool to create enhanced DVDs for computer playback, with Web links and local links to images, documents, animations, among others. In addition, DVDit can import most common video formats, including AVI, WMV, QuickTime, MPEG-1,-2,4, and Microsoft recorded TV (DVR-MS). It also can import projects from MyDVD, as well as discs recorded on other platforms -- DVDs from MyDVD. or DVDit in Sonic OpenDVD format, and DVDs recorded on set-top recorders in DVD+VR format. You can also import collections of images and create a video slideshow from up to 999 pictures, with dynamic transitions. You can also build an audio track from multiple songs, and then synchronize the slideshow to its length. Furthermore, it provides extensive control over MPEG video compression options, can encode audio to Dolby Digital stereo as well as import and pass through Dolby Digital 5.1 material.

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File types supported by DVDit

Our users primarily use DVDit to open these file types:

About file types supported by DVDit

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