Best free DVD burning program for PC video files?
November 19, 2011 1:27 PM Subscribe
Best free (or fair cost - some commercial programs are ridiculously over the $100 range) DVD burning program that takes PC video files (mp4, avi, mpg, flv, etc...) and burns them to DVD for watching on TV.
Hello! My latest hobby is taking video game Let's Play videos (where people record themselves playing a game and add color commentary on YouTube) and burning them to a DVD so I can watch them on my nice 42" TV rather than my tiny computer monitor.
Here is an example of a Let's Play: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ql0RnMXbKso
I am currently using DVD Flick which is ALMOST perfect but while it claims to make chapter points at every new video (and I have read the tutorial and know I'm doing the right things) when I am watching the dvd on my PS3 and push the "forward chapter" button on my remote the tv says something like "this action isn't available right now". So while there very well may be chapter points, I can't move around them, so what's the point? The DVD Flick website forum isn't operational, and the author doesn't put an email address anywhere I can find it.
So I've decided to jump ship for another program. It should have the basic functionality of DVD Flick (burns nearly every video type to a watchable DVD) plus the ability the have each video you add to a project have it's own chapter point that you can move to using the remote forward and back keys. I've been making a lot of these and my DVD's are usually almost two hours so the ability to navigate the chapters is a big deal for me.