Burning DVDs Using DVDFlick

Update: Oct 29th, 2009

By Fazal Rashid

Do you have multiple video files that you want to burn to a DVD? If your answer is in the positive, you probably have files in all types of formats: MPEG-4, MOV, DivX, WMV, Xvid…
Converting each of these individually into a single, common format (like .MOV) and then burning to a video DVD can be quite a hassle. So – have you ever craved a software that can not only eat but also digest all your myriad video formats and regurgitate one, single DVD in no more than 2 simple steps? If you have, your answer is right here: DVDFlick (http://www.dvdflick.net/). Take all your videos – yes all, regardless of format – drag and drop them into this software’s interface and voila: you are one-click away from a video DVD.
Most importantly, not only is this software free, it is also Open-Source, so it is essentially always improving. Clean your computers of the multifarious encoding softwares you’ve been housing, and let DVDFlick take care of all the work with simply TWO simple steps!

cautiongrayThis post is for informational purposes only. The technologies and services discussed are not officially endorsed or supported by the Colby College Information Technology Services department. Colby account holders should review the College’s Information and Data Security Policy and Best Practices guidelines, especially as they pertain to the handling of sensitive data.

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