Process MPEG clips and turn them into VOB files that can be used to create video DVDs, with this lightweight and easy-to-use program
|Updated||Dec 21st 2016|
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In order to create video DVDs that can be played by specialized devices, it is necessary to convert clips to the VOB format and place them in DVD folders before they are burned. Naturally, this task becomes a lot simpler if you rely on a purpose-built software solution.
007 DVD Author Free is a lightweight application that can convert DVD-compatible MPEG files to VOB and export them to a DVD folder that can be burned directly. However, it offers no advanced features and is drawn back by its outdated UI.
The program allows you to load both MPEG and VOB files, which is very helpful if you wish to organize existing clips into DVD folders. However, it would have been great if the application offered support for drag and drop.
Once added to the processing queue, you can change the order of the input files and delete individual items. Unfortunately, though, no information is provided about the source videos.
While novices may appreciate the program’s minimalistic design, it needs to be noted that it does not provide any advanced tools for you to work with.
No settings related to the output content can be modified, and the application does not let you know how much disk space the created DVD folders will take up.
It becomes apparent as soon as you launch the application that the user interface could use some major improvements. It features a very plain and out-of-date design, evidence that it has not been modernized for quite some time.
All in all, 007 DVD Author Free Crack is a lightweight, minimalistic software utility that enables you to convert your MPEG clips to the VOB format and prepare them to be burned. It does its job, but it lacks advanced features and comes with a disappointing UI.
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