DVD FLICK: Simple, Streamlined DVD Burner
Normally. I just use Windows Movie Maker when I need to burn the occasional video DVD, but this weekend I ran into a predicament: I already had videos on my computer (rather than using the utility to download the video from the camera directly) and the clips were in a variety of formats: MPEG, AVI, and even QuickTime, a year's worth of little snippets of the kids playing and acting insane. Windows Movie Maker couldn't even open most of the clips.
Solution: DVD FLICK, a freeware utility that can make DVDs (and ISO files) from whatever video clips you have lying around and takes minimal effort to figure out.
READ MORE By Christopher Null: The Working Guy - http://tech.yahoo.com/blogs/null/111614;_ylt=Apze_G53qdadoN6Ob_1b7PzxLJA5
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