DVD Flick is a simple but at the same time powerful DVD Authoring tool. It can take several video files stored on your computer and turn them into a DVD that will play back on your DVD player, Media Center or Home Cinema Set.
DVD Flick is Open Source, meaning that anyone can download and view or modify the program's source code. It also means that it is absolutely free of charge. Several external programs are used by DVD Flick to do the dirty work like encoding and combining of video material. All of these programs are free, some are Open Source too.
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The official change log for version 220.127.116.11 is as follows:
- Added: DVD menu functionality using templates. A few templates have been included already.
- Added: Option for mixed format DVDs for DVD players that can play both PAL and NTSC.
- Added: 23.976 FPS material now gets 2:3 pulldown performed on it when the target format is NTSC.
- Added: The option to force audio channel output to mono, stereo, surround or to infer it from the source (auto).
- Added: Option to always enable the first subtitle (under Playback).
- Added: Detects display aspect ratio (also known as pixel aspect ratio) of many more filetypes.
- Added: Option to go to the previous and next title when editing a title's properties.
- Added: Option to have subtitles auto-fit into view.
- Added: Subtitle lines that are too long are now chopped in two halves, otherwise they are clipped instead of just skipped.
- Added: -startunattended commandline parameter which encodes a project specified with -load and quits. It only logs errors, doesn't display them.
- Added: Welcome screen shown on first run.
- Added: Option to override a video source's pixel aspect ratio.
- Added: Option to specify burning speed.
- Changed: Interface font adapts to system font setting.
- Changed: Subtitle outline rendering is faster.
- Changed: Better scaling\resizing\padding calculations for video.
- Changed: DVD creation progress is better indicated.
- Changed: Force subtitle is now named Display as default.
- Changed: Slightly updated TCMPlex.
- Changed: HTML tags are now stripped from subtitles (rendering them isn't supported).
- Changed: SPUMux output is logged.
- Changed: Improved SSA and SRT subtitle parsing.
- Changed: Subtitles are now corrected for overlapping and too short durations.
- Changed: When adding a title all subtitles with the same base name are added to it too.
- Changed: Subtitle block dimensions are now always multiples of 2. Some DVD players only like such sizes and behave odd otherwise.
- Changed: When adding multiple files they are now added in alphabetical order.
- Changed: Tweaked encoding profiles.
- Changed: AMR narrowband and AMR wideband audio is not supported by this version. Support may return in the near future.
- Changed: Force MPEG-2 recompress option removed. 9 out of 10 MPEG-2 streams aren't fully DVD compliant anyway.
- Changed: Copy MPEG-2 stream option added to force copying MPEG-2 video streams that conform to the proper image width and height.
- Changed: 2nd encoding pass option removed. DVD Flick uses constant bitrate encoding thus it is useless.
- Changed: Audio track sources must be equal in compression, samplerate and channel count.
- Changed: Updated ImgBurn to 18.104.22.168.
- Changed: When burning to disc is selected but not create ISO, no ISO image is created and a direct-to-disc burn is done.
- Changed: Burner detection has been mostly rewritten. 95 - 99% of all burners should be detected now.
- Changed: A title's thumbnail is now used as subtitle preview background (but still letterboxed).
- Fixed: Audio delay could sometimes be detected as -1.
- Fixed: Opening a project file did not work.
- Fixed: Overscan border option adds top and bottom overscan bars again, now also of the proper size.
- Fixed: Using MicroDVD subtitles caused incomplete encodes (up until the first subtitle).
- Fixed: When running in portable mode, user profile directory is no longer created.
- Fixed: Character set selection\support for subtitles.
- Fixed: Creating chapters on every video source now works as expected.
- Fixed: Audio delay for VBR audio in AVI files could sometimes be calculated to be in minutes.
- Fixed: Bug that could cause discs that were too large to be created when an audio source was being copied (bad bitrate calculation).
- Fixed: When changing the process priority during encoding it would be reset when the current operation finished.
- Fixed: Crashing when an error occured. The error is now reported as it should be.
- ...and many more small changes and fixes throughout.
You may download this updated versionhere